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M1917 (Enfield) Parts Swap Service.

Need matching parts for your M1917 Enfield? We probably have them!

Most of the parts that are found on Model 1917 rifles have a maker mark, "W" for Winchester, "R" for Remington or "E" for Eddystone. When the M1917 rifles were new, ALL of the small parts markings matched the maker of the receiver. After WWI most Model 1917 rifles were arsenal reworked and put into storage. At the time of re-work, no effort was taken to ensure that broken or defective parts were replaced with matching parts.


If you have one of the thousands of M1917 rifles that have parts that do not match, for a small service fee, we can help. Send us your non-matching parts and we will swap them for parts that match.When swapping parts we can not guarantee that the finish will match your rifle, we will try to match the finish that is on the parts that you send us as closely as possible.

Service fees for swapping parts:

  • Eddystone - $35.00 per rifle plus $15.00 shipping.
  • Remington - $45 per rifle plus $15.00 shipping.
  • Winchester - $55 per rifle plus $15.00 shipping.

*Note we can not swap M1917 barrels.

We can also match parts for M1903A3 rifles.

  • Remington - $35.00 per rifle plus $15.00 shipping.
  • Smith Corona - $45 per rifle plus $15.00 shipping.

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Miscellaneous Neat Stuff

**NEW ADDITION** 22794 CLARK CAMPBELL’S 1903 SPRINGFIELD BOOK- ORIGINAL PRINTING BLOCKS - These are actual printing blocks made for use in printing one of the early editions of Clark S. Campbell’s books on the M1903 Springfield, which went through several title changes over time. The illustration number and place in the book varied but for reference we list where the illustration was used in his final edition “The ’03 Era” so you can see it better. An unusual attention grabbing item to add to a display of M1903 Springfields, or gun books. See photos for details. This is lead based type printing plates on a wood black base, each about 4.25” x 7.5” overall with image size almost filling the block. Selling these individually for $18 each, or take the lot of five for $75.00

22794-4 (’03 Era page 16) Illustration No. 4 Cartridge, Ball, Cal..30 Model of 1906 and Barrel Changes Necessitated by Shortened Case Neck and New Bullet Ogive (View Picture)

22794-16 (’03 Era page 64) Illustration No.16 Original Turning Bolt for Cal..22 Rifle 1919 (View Picture)

22794-47 (03 Era page 215) Illustration No. 47 M1903 Bolt and Firing Mechanism (View Picture)

22794-48 (03 Era page 218) Illustration No.48 Cal..22 M1922 Bolt and Firing Mechanism (View Picture)

22794-49 (’03 Era page 219 (top)) Illustration No. 49 Cal..22 M1922M1 Bolt and Firing Mechanism (View Picture)

15441 VIET CONG COPY OF U.S. M7 GRENADE LAUNCHER FOR M1 GARAND(?) - At first glance this is just the usual My grenade launcher used with the M1 Garand, although in somewhat shabby condition. However, close inspection shows that the range markings are hand stamped, and the groove at the front for the “slinky” style spring to hold the grenade in place is just a narrow groove, too small for the spring. The horse show shaped latch which hooks behind the bayonet lug lacks the small “tail” to help when disengaging the latch. Therefore, I believe that this is a Viet Cong made copy. An interesting item for the Vietnam collector, or someone who collects rifle grenades. Condition is as shown, with no finish, and having been cleaned with a wire brush. INERT- no flammable or explosive components. $95.00 (View Picture)

18932 GERMAN K98k STYLE LEATHER SLING - This is one of the Israeli made copies, identical to the German version except for the markings stamped in the leather. Used VG-fine. Will look great on any of the Mauser that use the K98k style slings. $35.00 (View Picture)

18388 LEATHER SLING FOR KAR98k MAUSER - This is identical to the WW2 German issue K98k Mauser sling with a cross hatched pattern on the leather, but has the addition of a stock number on the leather wrapped buckle, and a number and Hebrew character on the strap, indicating that this was made post-WW2 for use by the Israeli army. Used fine to excellent, great fro a reenactor who intends to use it. $49.00 (View Picture)

23321 TWO CHUNKS OF FRENCH MANNLICHER BERTHIER BARRELS - What you see is what you get. Two muzzle pieces about 9 inches long cut from French Model 1907 or similar Mannlicher Berthier rifles. About 95% blue on both. Front sight complete on one, but not the other. Bores VG-excellent but dirty. Loads of uses for these- make into a holder for your snail roasting bayonet; turn into pistol barrels; tent stakes; miniature cannon barrels, ballast for your neighbor’s cat’s swimming practice…. Both for only $12.00 (View Picture)

22553 COLT FACTORY AR-15 7.62 x 39mm MAGAZINE - Looks near new. This is the small one made to hold five rounds. Not aftermarket junk, but genuine Colt part. Great to comply with the idiotic laws passed by some states. $25.00 (View Picture)

22291 Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Rifle DUST COVER - This part is almost always missing from rifles as it was very easy to remove (by simply removing the bolt) and was noisy, and sort of got in the way, and generally considered useless. Therefore many were thrown away by Japanese troops using the rifles, and Americans who captured one in the field or got one during occupation duty usually threw it away as well. However, to be totally correct as originally issued all the Arisaka rifles should be complete with the dust cover. These are seldom found loose, but we found this one in excellent condition with about 95% original blue finish, just slightly thinning and worn on the sharpest edges. Number on the back is 051, in case you want to try for matching numbers. $125.00 (View Picture)

21527 M1903 SPRINGFIELD MILLED TRIGGER GUARD ASSEMBLY- MINT UNISSUED - Complete guard assembly with floorplate and catch. No follower or spring. Gray parkerized finish with floorplate a slightly darker shade. $135.00 (View Picture)

21526 M1903 SPRINGFIELD REAR SIGHT SLEEVE THAT FITS AROUND THE BARREL - We have three, but are selling them individually, and all are in pretty much the same condition so we just showed all three in the photo, but priced for sale EACH. These were carefully removed, probably by some pervert making a “sporter” out of a M1903 rifle. They do not appear to have been damaged when removed, but sometimes even then there may be some tightness that will need to be worked out. These are the later type made without the lightening cuts on the side. About 90-95% of the original gray-dark gray parkerize finish remains. A key piece for someone’s restoration project, as these rear sight bases (the sleeve part that goes around the barrel) are almost impossible to find without major damage. Condition as shown in the photos and being sole individually. Price for one $35.00 (View Picture)

21525 LEWIS LEAD REMOVER REVOLVER CLEANING KIT- CIRCA 1950s - This was a very popular accessory, especially for target shooters in the 1940s-1960s. This one was made for .44 caliber revolvers, but except for the mark on the end of the box and diameter of the head is identical to those used for all other calibers. Basically a cleaning rod with a head and a bronze wire gauze which would scrub out lead in the grooves of the bore for better accuracy. This is in pristine condition and will be a great addition to a display of classic revolvers or target arms circa 1940s-1960s. This was made prior to 1962 as it does not use a zip code. $15.00 (View Picture)

20551 M1 GARAND DOUBLE SIZE TRAINER- REAR HANDGUARD - These massive cutaway rifles were made twice the actual size for use in classroom training, and are very impressive items in any collection. However, some of the parts are fragile and easily lost or broken. One of these high casualty parts is the rear handguard. This is an original part with the original brown stained finish and the red denoting the “cutaway” area has been touched up during its period of use. It is missing the small sheet metal strip that slips into a slot in the barrel to hold it in place, but that is easy to make. The wood is cracked with an old glue repair that has mostly failed and needs to be redone. This is the ONLY one of these I have ever seen loose, and someone out there really needs this. $45.00 (View Picture)

19410 LOT OF TWO BUTTPLATES FOR M1903 and M1903A3 - Used G-VG with original finish as shown in the photos. Some rust on the backs, but wil work just fine. BOTH for only $20.00 (View Picture)

18891 TRENCH GUN HANDGUARD AND BAYONET LUG ASSEMBLY - There were at least four different handguard and bayonet lug assemblies that look pretty similar with six rows of holes. One type was made for the Winchester Model 97 and Model 12 guns, but they have a distinctive arc shape between the lug and the middle screw. There is another type that looks the same, but has a rim on the inside of the hole for the barrel that was used with the Winchester Model 1200. The Stevens 530 and 620 trench guns used a lug that have the arches for and aft of the middle screw more or less similar, as do the Ithaca 37 handguards. Reportedly there are minor dimensional differences between the Stevens and Ithaca guards, but I do not know what they are. The Stevens lugs are usually blued (often a sort of purple hue) and the Ithaca lugs are usually parkerized. This handguard is probably from a post-WW2 Ithaca 37 trench gun, perhaps military from the Vietnam era, or perhaps one made for law enforcement use. But, it should fit a WW2 Ithaca and probably also on Stevens 530 or 620, although not technically correct. In any case, this is in excellent condition but missing the three screws that clamp the lug tight to the barrel (and engage in shallow notches in the barrel as well). The price is $250.00 (View Picture)

11574 M1 CARBINE HIGH WOOD- OVAL CUT BUTTSTOCK Q-RMC FOR QUALITY HARDWARE - This type has the oval cut for the oiler, and the “high wood” along the operating slide. Most of these were later converted to “low wood” during overhaul, and finding high wood stocks is difficult. This stock has a reasonably legible ordnance wheel marking on the right side of the butt, and a nearly illegible Q-RMC in the sling bevel, indicating this was made by Rock-Ola manufacturing Company for use by Quality Hardware Co. on its guns. Overall G-VG but the original oil finish has been chemically stripped, and there are a number of small dings and scrapes, mainly on the sides of the pistol grip, and one nick at the tip of the stock. With some careful steaming, stain and oil finish, this should look a lot better than it does in the photos. Structurally solid, no metal parts included. $145.00 (View Picture)

132 U.S. ARMY ORDNANCE PIN PUNCH- .046” (roughly 3/64”) (1903 Front sight pin, etc) - Part or Drawing number 43-P-3552. This is size suitable for use on the tiny pins used in the front sight blade on the M1903, 1903A3 and Krag rifles. Also, the slide cap pin on the Krag and M193 rear sight. It is nearly impossible to find small ones like this from commercial sources and filed down nails and the like are not very satisfactory. We stumbled on a number of these still in the original Ordnance Department cosmoline and wrappings and they really make like easier in the shop. However, tiny punches like this are easy to break, so might as well plan ahead and order some spares. Price for 1 punch- $3.00 Price for 4 punches- $8.00 Price for 12 punches- $20.00 Price for Ordnance wrapped bundle of 24 punches- $36.00 (View Picture)

22965 SPRINGFIELD .58 CALIBER MUSKET OR M1866 .50-70 RIFLE FULL LENGTH STOCK - This is a well used stock, but okay for restoration of a gun for a living history reenactor, or to fix up an even more badly boogered rifle for a wall hanger or an inexpensive representative example. This was originally a Model 1863 Type 2 .58 musket stock, but was later arsenal modified for use on the M1866 .50-70 rifle. The modification is for the extractor spring in inside the barrel channel, which is hidden by the barrel when the barrel is installed, so it looks the same on the outside as either a musket or M1866. Subsequently, Bubba got his hands on it and decided to make the rifle into a lamp. So, he whittled out a little extra in the barrel channel and drilled a ¼” hole for the lamp cord to come out by the barrel tang, and added a handful of screw holes in the butt, presumably for some sort of base, leaving this as visible evidence of his vandalism. Assorted other dings as shown in the photos. Stripped of all metal parts except for the forend tip Not a priceless treasure for a minty gun, but an inexpensive piece of wood suitable for a restoration project where a new repro stock would cost more and look terribly out of place. What you see is what you get. $225.00 (View Picture)

17288 SCARCE M1 CARBINE “SNOOPERSCOPE” ORIGINAL MOUNTING BAR AND BARREL CLAMP ASSEMBLY- COMPLETE - The infrared scope was the first of the U.S. technological innovations that allowed us to “fight at night” and they were successfully used by snipers to break up enemy attacks at night. Although range was a modest 135 yards, this was about 125 yards farther than the enemy could see. These were the forerunners of the later “starlight” and “night vision” devices used in Vietnam and up to the present. (See a neat display on this subject at http://ugca.org/07jan/night.htm) These mounting bar assemblies are nearly impossible to find loose, and most of the “20,000 Volt Set Number 1” Infrared Sniperscope sets we have seen were missing this vital part. The initial infrared scopes used during the closing days of WW2 were mounted on the “T3” Carbines, which had receivers specifically made for mounting the infrared scope which used a system similar to the Redfield Junior mounts. However, it was quickly decided that the Army would be better off dropping the T3 program and using a method which allowed infrared scopes to be issued [by the Engineer Corps which handled electronic devices] with a few special parts which would then allow the scope to be installed at the field level on the M1 or M2 carbines in the hands of the unit. When so modified with an infrared scope these were designated at “Carbine Caliber .30 M3” (causing endless confusion among collectors between the T3 and M3.) The conversion involved field stripping the carbine, removing the adjustable rear sight, and installing the mounting bar with one end in the sight dovetail. The other end was supported by a clamp around the barrel with an attachment screw which stuck up through a handguard with a large hole in it for that purpose. In addition, the front grip assembly, with the trigger switch for the IR illumination lamp, would be installed on the forend and three mounting screws installed after drilling of three holes in the bottom of the forend. If the mounting bar and other special parts were removed and the rear sight reinstalled, then the carbine reverted to its original “M1” designation. This mounting bar assembly is a genuine U.S. military part, complete with all the screws and about 98-99% original dark gray-black parkerized finish, with just a few minor scuffs or scrapes from storage and handling. Last one of these we had was at least 10 years ago. This is a critical part for assembling a M3 carbine with a snooper scope, so it might be a good investment in case you find a nice scope and crate that is missing the mount assembly. $325.00 (View Picture)

SMA2438 Hard To Find Stock For The Late War Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. Stock is in good condition with misc. dents and dings from normal usage. $150.00 (View Picture)

14459 M1903 Trigger and sear assembly (early type with pointed tip) - What you see is what you get. Used VG-fine $6.00 (View Picture)

14456 M1903A3 trigger and sear assembly- lot of 4 - What you see is what you get. Used VG-excellent, but looks like the exposed part of the trigger has been lightly buffed and blued on some. The lot of 4 for only $12.00 (View Picture)

14455 M1903/1903A3 trigger and sear assembly- lot of 3 - What you see is what you get. Two from M1903A3 and one is M1903 with the serrated face. Used VG-Excellent, the lot of 3 for only $15.00 (View Picture)

19677 LOT OF NINE M14 / M1A PARTS - U.S. GI parts- what you see is what you get. Gas cutoff spindle, mag catch, pair of buttplate screws, trigger, hammer, extractor, ejector and two ejector springs. New to used excellent. All for $40.00 (View Picture)

22744 SCARCE WW1 U.S. ARMY “HOLLIFIELD DOTTER” OR “PRACTICE ROD” SET FOR M1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE INDOOR MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING - (See Brophy 1903 Springfield book, pages 410-412) The U.S. Army began limited use of the “Hollifield Dotter” target practice rod system as early as 1908, with a reported 500,000 in use by WW1, but that figure sounds inflated to me, and it may be company hype as the numbers encountered today suggest maybe more like 20,000-50,000 total, but with a very low survival rate today. The Dotter allowed troops to practice sighting and firing (without any ammunition) and seeing what sort of group they would get, all in an indoor classroom, with no need for a range. The Hollifield Dotter was built around the concept of a thin tube which would fit into the bore of the rifle, containing a spring loaded rod with a needle point at the muzzle end. When fired, the firing pin would strike the rear of the marker rod, forcing it forward in the tube and projecting the sharpened tip forward about an inch or so. A small printed target was mounted on a wood block with a rubber facing, allowing the pinpoint to prick the target, showing impact of successive shots. The target block was normally mounted in a narrow wooden box that also served as storage for the various parts of the kit. The box would be hung on the wall at whatever height was appropriate for prone, sitting or standing position. Two lengths of rod were provided, a long one for use in slow fire single shot practice just for sight picture and trigger squeeze. A second, shorter rod would be used that only extended from the muzzle to where the point of a cartridge would be when a round was chambered in the barrel. In this case, special dummy “Dotter cartridges” were used which had their own spring loaded plunger which would transmit the impact from the firing pin to the back of the rod in the barrel. With the short rod and the dotter cartridges, troops could practice rapid fire, and loading from stripper clips into the magazine. The complete kit included the wood box, long and short rods, five of the special Dotter cartridges and a stripper clip, a supply of targets, and a tiny marking disc to simulate the scoring information used on the rifle ranges. A few other small parts were sometimes included in the later kits. Instructions were on a label glued to the inside of the box. These kits were made for both the M1903 Springfield rifles and the M1917 Enfield rifles, and the label on the outside of the box indicated which rifle they were for. The only difference was the length of the rods, due to the longer barrel on the Enfield, and the box necessarily being longer to hold the longer rod. This is a kit made for the M1903 Springfield, with the box, both the long and short rods and five of the scarce Dotter cartridges. It lacks the paper instruction labels on the inside and outside of the box, any targets, and the seldom seen instruction/advertising book. Both the hinges work okay, and one of the hooks to hold the box shut remains while the second one is missing. Still a nice display item with the M1903 to show the concept, and emphasize the importance of marksmanship training. A scarce M1903 accessory. $249.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2496 Early Colt US Military 1911A Barrel Circa 1913 - This is barrel is marked with a Gothic “P” (No serifs) on the rear of the barrel hood and a Gothic “H” (No serifs) on the area visible through the ejection port. These markings identify it as dating from around 1913. The barrel is in very good to excellent condition, it has a bright bore with strong lands and grooves. The outside finish on the barrel shows normal wear. $350.00 (View Picture)

23251 Assorted Chamber reamers and throat reamers- various calibers - Made by Clymer from best quality, M-7 High-Speed Steel. These are precision tools for the professional gunsmith and will give a lifetime of service when properly cared for. If only a few chambers will be cut, a Finish Reamer is all you need. Superb quality reamers made to SAAMI specifications. Brownell prices on these run from $125 to $169, but we have priced these at a huge discount. These are from the estate of a gunsmith, and show little or no sign of ever being used (except for one noted as chipped) (Discount 10% and free shipping on orders for two or more reamers)

Clymer throat reamers- (Brownell price $65)
.25-06 Throat reamer- $20.00 (View Picture)
7mm Throat reamer - $20.00 (View Picture)

Clymer Chamber Finish Reamers : (Brownell prices $125-$169 each)
.17 Remington $55.00 (View Picture)
.17-223 $55.00 (View Picture)
.22-250- with chip on one edge at the shoulder, probably from being dropped- $15.00 (View Picture)
.22-250 Improved- two reamer set, one chamber finish reamer and one case sizer reamer for making/modifying a reloading sizer die. $95.00 (View Picture)
.222 Remington Magnum $55.00 (View Picture)
.223 Remington $75.00 (View Picture)
.225 Winchester $55.00 (View Picture)
.243 Winchester $75.00 (View Picture)
.243 Ackley Improved $55.00 (View Picture)
.25-20 WCF $75.00 (View Picture)
7mm Remington Magnum $75.00 (View Picture)
.284 Winchester $55.00 (View Picture)
.300 Winchester Magnum $75.00 (View Picture)
.308 Winchester $75.00 (View Picture)

23250 WW2 CAN OF OIL FOR RIFLES- FITS IN CARTRIDGE BELTS - This is a 2 ounce can of “Oil, Lubricating, Preservative, Light” with 1944 contract number. Back of can is marked “Container may be carried in cartridge belts or pockets” and will fit in one of the pockets of the M1923 cartridge belt very nicely. We found a box with a number of these, and are selling in two condition levels. The “Grade I” cans may have a small spot of rust on the removable cap, but rest of the bare metal on the can will be rust free. “Grade 2” cans have some rust on the top of the can, and around the base, mostly light, but some heavier, so they will clean up somewhat but not be as nice as the Grad I examples. Photos show the Grade I at the top. Grade 2 below, shows the worst of the bunch. Painted and stenciled markings are complete and clear on all of them. Each can is full of oil, and Grade 2 cans are priced at $3.00 and the Grade I cans are $5.00 (View Picture)

22177 2 Ounce can of Rifle Bore Cleaner to fit in cartridge belt - The small two ounce cans of oil and bore cleaner were made so they could be carried in one pocket of the cartridge belt so troops would have access to critical cleaning supplies in the field. This is the smelly WW2 style bore cleaner intended to cope with the corrosive primers of the era. This is an exceptionally clean can with good markings. Looks like a 1951 or 51 contract date, but otherwise identical to the WW2 issue stuff. $5.00 (View Picture)

23384 FRENCH MANNLICHER-LEBEL 8MM FIVE ROUND CLIP - This is a five round clip used with the Model 1907-15 rifles or Model 1916 carbine with the long magazines. These will NOT work with the earlier Model 1907 and 1892 with the short three round magazine. Price for ONE CLIP $12.00 (View Picture)

23383 .30-06 MATCH AMMO CAN CIRCA 1960- NICE FOR DISPLAY WITH A NATIONAL MATCH M1 GARAND - Needs a good cleaning, or just wiping down with some WD-40 to remove dirt and some tape residue. One small dent along the left front corner. $15.00 (View Picture)

23264 Unknown pistol box- wood grain - Probably for one of the lesser known brands of Single Action revolvers. Box size about 5" x 10 1//2" x 1 5/8". Pretty nice shape, whatever it is. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2455 Slide 1911A1 Colt Goldcup National Match Pistol. - Slide has vented rib and Colt adjustable sights. There is some slight pitting on both sides of the slide but this would probably clean up. This would make an excellent slide for a project custom target gun. $325.00 (View Picture)

SMA2456 Barrel & Bushing 1911a1 Colt Goldcup National Match - This is a barrel and bushing from a Colt Goldcup National Match pistol. Barrel is in excellent condition with a mirror bright bore. Would make an excellent barrel for a custom shooter. $250.00 (View Picture)

SMA2453 Hard To Find Stock For The Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - Stock has some dents and dings from normal usage, and a chip is missing by the rear barrel band (see picture). This would not be hard to fix for someone who is good with wood working. We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. $175.00 (View Picture)

21498 U.S. WW1 PISTOL LANYARD - Woven cotton with bronze fittings with 1917 patent date on the snap hook. About mint unissued. Getting very hard to find these any more, with the 100th anniversary of WW1 rapidly approaching. Used with the M1911 pistol and M1917 (and earlier .38 DA) re $110.00 (View Picture)

21234 U.S. MODEL 1917 “ENFIELD” RIFLE DEMILITARIZED RECEIVER CHUNK - Your tax dollars at work, turning perfectly good rifles into useless scrap metal with a cutting torch. This is the back of a receiver with the bolt parts, chopped as shown. Great paperweight, or reminder to go vote and throw the idiots out of office who waste our money doing this sort of stuff! $15.00 (View Picture)

21118 RUPTURED CARTRIDGE EXTRACTOR FOR M14 RIFLE - Only one we have seen. About mint unissued. $10.00 (View Picture)

20806 M3A1 Garand tool- KRA - The M3A1 used the brush for chamber cleaning, while the earlier M3 tool used a patch on a solid holder. These were adopted in 1945 and remained in use until replaced by the M10 combination tool during the Korean War. Used excellent except the brass brush is pretty worn. Maker mark KRA. $35.00 (View Picture)

20928 -WOODEN SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD- 3 PIECE TYPE - Traditional rod used with shotguns from the 1880s until the adoption of all metal rods in the 1940s. Some people claim these were used with military trench guns, and while I do not recall seeing them mentioned in official documents, they are probably right. Used excellent. $25.00 (View Picture)

20927 WOODEN SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD- 3 PIECE TYPE - Traditional rod used with shotguns from the 1880s until the adoption of all metal rods in the 1940s. Some people claim these were used with military trench guns, and while I do not recall seeing them mentioned in official documents, they are probably right. Used excellent plus. $35.00 (View Picture)

20867 ITALIAN CARCANO 6.5MM / 7.35MM CLIPS- LOT OF 2 - These are the scarce clips needed for the 6.5mm or 7.35mm Mannlicher-Carcano rifles (unless you like to fire them single shot). These are the steel type (most with SMI and 1939 date, but we have several and there may be other markings) and can be used with either the 7.35mm or 6.5mm Carcano rifles. Used excellent condition- lot of two $12.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2403 DUST COVER FOR THE JAPANESE T-99 RIFLE. - These are hard to find, just the thing to complete your rifle! Excellent condition. Retains about 98% finish with no rust or dents. $125.00 (View Picture)

20035 U.S. GI M122 TRIPOD FOR M60 MACHINE GUN WITH PINTLE - The M122 Tripod was adopted for use with the M60 Machine Gun during the Vietnam era, and later used with the M240 Machine guns. This one is dated 1979, and in used excellent condition. Just a few assorted spots of wear or scrapes on the gray parkerized type finish. The markings on the spreader bar retain most of their white highlighting. One spot of corrosion or crud of some sort on the bottom of one of the long legs as shown in the photo. Comes complete with the tripod pintle for the M60 machine gun. (No T&E mechanism available from us right now.) $635.00 (View Picture)

19527 U.S. MODEL 1917 MAGAZINE DEPRESSOR - Scarce accessory for the Model 1917 “Enfield” rifles. The Model 1903 Springfield had a magazine cutoff which could be used during training in the “OFF” position, allowing the soldier to practice bolt manipulation to become proficient at rapid fire. However, the Model 1917 did not have anything like that, so the “magazine depressor” was adopted. It would fit in the magazine and hold the follow down so that the bolt cold be manipulated for training. These were only issued during WW1, as they later discovered that it was just as easy to slip a stripper clip into the magazine to do the same job, and stripper clips were readily available everywhere. These depressors are surprisingly hard to find, and this is the first one we have had in several years. They are all marked U.S. 1917 followed by a maker initial, usually E for Eddystone, sometimes R for Remington, and very rarely with “A” like this one which we believe is a Winchester subcontractor marking. This one has about 80-90% blue on the upper surfaces with some spotty surface rust. The bottom side has some heavier rust but may clean up some $45.00 (View Picture)

15051 BRITISH RIFLE GRENADE LAUNCHER FOR NO. 4 MARK I LEE ENFIELD - Officially the "Projector (No. 4 Rifle) Mark 5" these were adopted in 1952 along with a Mark 4 version which differed only in the details of the sight divisions. See Skennerton pages 359-362 for details on these. Prior to the adoption of missiles as the primary anti-tank weapon, the rifle grenade was a necessary item in the infantry squad, with some bazookas scattered in larger units. It took a very brave soldier indeed to wait for a tank to get within about 25, 50, 75 or 100 yards (the sight graduations) before firing at it with a rifle grenade. Just collecting different rifle grenade launchers would be a very interesting niche, with a wide variety to seek, some common, orthers very scarce. Some are integral with the rifle, but most are detachable. They date from WW1 to the present, and I can think or at least a dozen made just for U.S. military rifles. Of course, your spouse will understand the necessity for getting a suitable rifle after you acquire a great launcher. (NOTE: this cannot be sold or shipped to places run by idiots like Kalifornia, New York, Massachusetts or any other city or state where prohibited..) Overall used fine with most of the black painted finish. $95.00 (View Picture)

18327 M1 GARAND ACCESSORY POUCH D39347 (LOT OF TWO DIFFERENT) - These were issued with the very early Gas Trap Garands when there was no trap in the butt for storage of cleaning gear, but continued as standard issue for much of WW2 even though unnecessary. Officially the “Pouch, web, accy, Rifle, U.S. Cal..30M1, D39347 ISN B21-02-24.” These were carried in the knapsack to carry the combination tool (M3 series?) and oiler and thong case, and probably patches and bore cleaner. Made of waterproof type material. This is a lot of two, with one made of a “raincoat” type rubberized material. The other is an oilcloth type material where the coated surface is a bit cracked and flaking at the folded points. Unissued, but soiled and aged from 66 years storage. Of course, a serious collector will need one of each type, so we are selling as a lot of one of each type. $20.00 (View Picture)

18024 Minty Ruger yellow box and sleeve for SP101 type revolver with papers - Circa 1994 (based on instruction pamphlet date). Super condition except for one tiny blemish on the black end of the box. Papers nice and clean, box not scuffed up inside or any oil stains. Great for display with that minty Ruger you have in your collection. $25.00 (View Picture)

16234 GRENADE LAUNCHER FOR FN-49 SEMI-AUTO RIFLES (COLOMBIAN .30-06 VERSION) - This is a spigot type grenade launcher made in Belgium by MECAR (who made launchers for many different rifles, and is still a major munitions maker today). Most of these were used by Belgium on their FN-49 rifles, but are a neat accessory to display with any of the FN-49 rifles. This one is in mint unissued condition, complete with the leather carrying case, although the case shows some storage dirt. $135.00 (View Picture)

15115 LOT OF 3 POWDER HORNS- 1 ANTIQUE 2 RECENT - The antique horn is the “flattened” type and is fitted with a powder measure top for overall length about 10 inches. This has a pair of screw eyes for a cotton carrying cord. There is a band of soft leather wrapped around the front. Overall good condition, showing use and age, and will display nicely with any old muzzle loader. One copper ring that attaches the cord to the screw eye is a replacement. The other two horns (8.5 inches and 12 inches overall) are modern made. The smaller one has a crack on the bottom but still looks okay. The lot of all three for $69.00 (View Picture)

13407 AK-47 75 ROUND DRUM MAGAZINE AND CARRYING CASE - Should fit any of the AK-47 type variations. Excellent- appears unused. Chinese “Factory 36” triangular marking is the only mark. These are very similar in design to the old Thompson SMG drum magazines. The rear cover is removed, loose cartridges loaded into a series of compartments with the tips resting in spiral guides. The cover is closed, and a key on the back is wound up to provide spring tension to turn the guts of the drum. Of course, we cannot sell this to people living in places run by idiots who outlaw high capacity magazines, such as Illinois, Kalifornia, Maryland, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey, and some cities in Ohio and Indiana. $195.00 (View Picture)

10821 RCBS .45-110 SHARPS STRAIGHT 2 7/8" THREE DIE SET - Gently used, but you would probably not be able to tell. Retail on these top quality dies is about $220.00 , but you will save a bundle on these. $99.00 (View Picture)

10686 LEATHER KEEPERS FOR MILITARY SLINGS - New made, good quality workmanship using tan leather with double row stitching, just like the originals, not cheap stapled or riveted junk. Two were used on the M1907 leather slings. (Will also work on the M1885 slings for Krags or Trapdoors). $2.00 each, or 3 for $5.00 or 20 for $25.00 postage included. (View Picture)

10483 CANVAS SWAN DECOY (by Jimmy Garrett?). - Probably from the sounds of North Carolina, or perhaps the Chesapeake Bay region (which is where it was purchased about 20 years ago. Wood board bottom with a keel piece. Nine wire frames covered by canvas. Graceful carved wooden neck and head is made in two pieces with the joint opening slightly from age. White paint on the body has lots of age cracks that add character. Probably made in 1970s or 80s, and the "JG" on the bottom is believed to be the mark of Jimmy Garrett, a retired Coast Guardsman and hunting guide from Currituck, NC. We think he is still alilve (as of 2004) andmaking decoys, although now legally blind. A friendly looking collectible bird that can be used in various decorative arrangements in the house, porch, or gun room. (Size about 25" long by 11" wide by 15' tall. The wood base is 11" x 21"). $275.00 (View Picture)

9226 U.S. MILITARY SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD - Post WW2 ear, made from a solid dowel about 36" long with slot for patch in one end and drawing number 6301446 stamped/branded on other end. Have several that vary somewhat in diameter and exact markings. Mint unissued. $12.00 (View Picture)

9130 CLEANING ROD TIPS (13 PIECES .22/5.56MM CAL THREADS) - Some machinist with lots of time and conviction that he has a better idea for a cleaning rod tip made these. All are threaded on one end with standard .22/5.56mm caliber size male threads. The "business end" has a fairly conventional ridged "jag" area, but also a sharply pointed tip. There are 14, some marked with calibers (e.g.- 6[mm], 6.5, 22) with the jag/pointed end, plus one adapter or extension piece. The lot for $10.00 (View Picture)

9129 PISTOL RODS (3) - Wooden handles, brass rod and steel tip. On two the tips are split and spring out for tight fit (looks like one may be for .45 and other for .38?) and the rod is permanently fixed in the handle. Third rod has hole through handle and a collet on the front to adjust how far the rod projects, but for what purpose I have no idea. Used excellent, the lot for $10.00

9128 CLEANING ROD TIPS (18 PIECES .30 CAL THREADS) - Some machinist with lots of time and conviction that he has a better idea for a cleaning rod tip made these. All are threaded on one end with standard .30 caliber size male threads. The "business end" has a fairly conventional ridged "jag" area, but also a sharply pointed tip. There are 14, mostly marked with calibers (e.g.- 7[mm], 270, 375, 38 etc.) with the jag/pointed end, plus three adapters that have male .30 thread and female .22/5.56mm thread and one blank that has male threads but no jag cut. The lot for $10.00 (View Picture)

9115 AMERICAN BLACK WALNUT STOCK BLANKS - Air dried 15+ years, no checks or cracks, not freshly cut stuff. Straight grain, suitable for sporter rifles or reproducing military carbine stocks. 2.5" thick by 34.5" long, 3" tall at the muzzle end and 7.25 at the butt. Other uses include cutting for shotgun stock sets, or making pistol grips, or handguards for rifles, furniture, wood turning, carving, etc, etc. Two or more for $45 each, or one at a time for $50.00 (View Picture)

8410 Graphic Training Aid 9-64, Carbine Cal..30 M2 (1950) - November 1950, 8 sheets about 32" x 42" Many of the illustrations are in color. Used for classroom instructional purposes with large, clear drawings of the item(s) showing mechanical details, nomenclature, etc. Used, with assorted rips, torn spots and possibly missing pieces (usually from the last page which is exposed when rolled up for storage. Paper is old and brittle, and needs to be handled carefully. These would be best preserved by separating the individual sheets and mounting them on foam board or similar stiff backing and covering with plexiglas or plastic film. (Office supply places often have heavy duty stuff on large rolls that will cover with a single width, or at most two pieces.) These are fantastic attention getters when used as background for a display of the material in the charts. Due to their size, and often being "restricted" most were destroyed, and few collectors have been able to find an example for their collection specialty. $175.00 (View Picture)

7771 U.S. .30 CALIBER KRAG BULLET MOLD- Five cavity mold for round balls for use in gallery practice firing of the Krag. It was intended that the lead balls would be cast at the unit level and reloaded locally for use on indoor ranges. Brass body with blued steel sprue cutter. Bottom marked FRANKFORD ARSENAL .30 caliber 1901 O.M.L. Some rust on the sprue cutter, but about 75% blue remains. Wooden handles in fine shape. Some bumps and bruises on the brass, but overall fine-excellent. $175.00 (View Picture)

7427 M60 MG PINTLE ASSEMBLY - If you are the Rambo type who just grabs the M60 and does not bother with sissy mounts, you don't need these. Everyone else does. This is the part that slips into the "pintle socket" on whatever type mount is being used, allowoing the gun to swing from side to side and up and down. I believe that the socket dimensions are the same on nearly all US machine guns. The upper part of the assembly is a yoke that is setup to snap onto 5/16" diameter studs on the M60 receiver. Early .30 BMGs used a heavier yoke with a large bolt that more or less permanently secured the gun to the pintle. While perfect for mounting your real (proper licensed) M60 or a dummy, this is an affordable starting point for someone who wants to made a dummy gun of some sort to mount on a vehicle or ground mount for display purposes. Steel with dark gray parkerize finish. Mint, unissued, NSN 1005 00 945 9756. $79.00 (View Picture)

6940 RUGER LETTERS - Professionally made sign letters RUGER in reflective silver color face on 1 inch thick foam type base. Edges are flat black color. Font is appropriate to that used by this maker. These were made for alarge retail gun shop that closed before these were delivered. Their loss is your gain, and cost to have these made would be quite high. Overall about 53" wide by about 8 1/4" tall. These can be mounted with adhesive, or screws to a backboard of some type for use with your display, or to identify an area within your hopefully large gunroom. These are very light, and for temporary display at a show, you could probably get away with doubled over tape. New never used, but may have a few tiny surface scratches but these will not be noticeable from a few feet away. The set of letters- $49.00 (View Picture)

SMA1480 - Wooden Pistol Folk Art Box. Brass hinges some slight damage on bottom where holes have been drilled for some sort of mounting screws. Dark blue lining (lining has small tear in left hand front corner. Size is 14.25 x 7.25 x 2.25 will fit most small and medium sized handguns with room to spare for a cleaning kit or ammo. $25.00 (View Picture)

5858 [RIFLE MATCH] CAVALRY SCORE BOOK 1937 - "This book is compiled by The Cavalry Rifle Team for its own use. Changes for windage and elevation are taken from actual firing experience and fire control tables for Cal..30 M-1 ammunition." Black printing on heavy card stock cover. Two binding rings hold book together with about 30-40 pages of different colors for different ranges and courses of fire from 200 to 1000 yards. No entries. Fewer pages than other one Ihave, so assume that used pages were removed. Number 1314400 marked on the cover- which is in a long run of heavy barrel "T" model M1903 Springfields, Nice item to go with a M1903 National match rifle of the mid 1930s, especially a "T" if you have one of those. Overall excellent but rings have surface rust. $49.00 (View Picture)

  2502WH15 Reloading Dies- .41 Magnum- Three die set, carbide dies (no lube required). Compete with shell holder. Made by Lee. Appear to be new unused in plastic holder. $24.00

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Tools, Appendages & Accessories

**NEW ADDITION** 21524 M1 GARAND M3A1 COMBINATION TOOL REPLACEMENT WIRE BRUSH - New old stock, fresh from a WW2 vintage cellophane packed wrapper. Invariably, the wire brushes on the M3A1 combination tools are worn out or buggered up. Here is just what you need, and simply drive out the pin that attaches the brush collar to the tool and then put it back in after swapping out the old brush for a new one. Only a few available. Photo shows the original packing and a transcription of what it says since it is almost impossible to read the black on red printing. ONE BRUSH for $12.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 132 U.S. ARMY ORDNANCE PIN PUNCH- .046” (roughly 3/64”) (1903 Front sight pin, etc) - Part or Drawing number 43-P-3552. This is size suitable for use on the tiny pins used in the front sight blade on the M1903, 1903A3 and Krag rifles. Also, the slide cap pin on the Krag and M193 rear sight. It is nearly impossible to find small ones like this from commercial sources and filed down nails and the like are not very satisfactory. We stumbled on a number of these still in the original Ordnance Department cosmoline and wrappings and they really make like easier in the shop. However, tiny punches like this are easy to break, so might as well plan ahead and order some spares. Price for 1 punch- $3.00 Price for 4 punches- $8.00 Price for 12 punches- $20.00 Price for Ordnance wrapped bundle of 24 punches- $36.00 (View Picture)

22748 U.S. MILITARY SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD - Post WW2 ear, made from a solid dowel about 36" long with slot for patch in one end and drawing number 6301446 stamped/branded on other end. Have several that vary somewhat in diameter and exact markings. Mint unissued. $12.00 (View Picture)

16478 U.S. M60 Machine Gun Blank Firing Attachment M13A1 - Used VG Every Vietnam collection needs one of these, I hope. $12.00 (View Picture) 17167 M1923 AIMING DEVICE FOR M1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLE - This clips down on the sliding part of the rear sight, The dark glass is at a 45 degree angle, allowing the shooter to see the normal sight picture, while the coach can look from the side. Neat accessory shown on pages 333-335 of Brophy’s superb book. Mint unissued with spare smoked glass lens in the original wrapping, but we show one from my collection that is unwrapped so you can see what it looks like. $25.00 (View Picture)

23113 SWISS RIFLE CLEANING GEAR (4 piece) - I believe these are for the Schmidt-Rubin rifles, but would be nice for display with any of the Swiss rifles. What you see is what you get- pull-through cleaning cord, chamber cleaning tool with wire screen, and extra screens rolled up with the pull-through, a can of grease made at Waffenfabrik Bern, and a small mirror for use in inspecting the bore. $8.00 (View Picture)

22595 SWISS RIFLE CLEANING GEAR (3 piece) - I believe these are for the Schmidt-Rubin rifles, but would be nice for display with any of the Swiss rifles. What you see is what you get- pull-through cleaning cord, chamber cleaning tool with wire screen, and extra screens rolled up with the pull-through, and a can of grease made at Waffenfabrik Bern. $6.00 (View Picture)

7328 WW2 .50 CALIBER MACHINE GUN HEADSPACE AND TIMING GAGE - Used excellent. An essential tool for the user of “Ma Deuce” the .50 caliber Browning Machine Gun in any of its ground, vehicle, air, or naval applications. Used fine with a few spots on the bar that will clean up. $29.00 (View Picture)

23145 RUPTURED CARTRIDGE EXTRACTOR 7790352 FOR M1 & M14 RIFLES - (Pyle , Ordnance tools, accessories & appendages of the M1 Rifle page 42) These replaced the Mark II extractors in the late 1950s and were used with the M1 and M14 rifles. About mint unissued. $18.00 (View Picture)

23007 SCARCE SPARE PARTS CONTAINER FOR M1911 SQUAD CLEANING KIT - The squad cleaning kit for the M1911 .45 automatic pistol included a dozen cleaning rods and one of these containers. At various times they were called either a grease container or spare parts container, and used as the name suggests. Also included in the kit was an oil can with a spout, shaped very much like this container. The kits turn up from time to time, usually missing all their contents, so finding one of these loose is pretty hard, and this is the ONLY one we have had for as long as I can remember. Although these look sort of like a shoe polish tin, these are stamped brass, not steel, so don’t fall for fakes. The lower portion of the container shows a number of stress or cracks, but most seem to have those. $45.00 (View Picture)

23006 SCARCE SPARE PARTS CONTAINER FOR M1911 SQUAD CLEANING KIT - The squad cleaning kit for the M1911 .45 automatic pistol included a dozen cleaning rods and one of these containers. At various times they were called either a grease container or spare parts container, and used as the name suggests. Also included in the kit was an oil can with a spout, shaped very much like this container. The kits turn up from time to time, usually missing all their contents, so finding one of these loose is pretty hard, and this is the ONLY one we have had for as long as I can remember. Although these look sort of like a shoe polish tin, these are stamped brass, not steel, so don’t fall for fakes. The lower portion of the container shows a number of stress or cracks, but most seem to have those. $45.00 (View Picture)

22817 KRAG- MODEL 1894 SCREWDRIVER (NICE!) - (Mallory Krag Rifle Story 2nd edition, page 151). Two blades with stubby punch, marked US on face of one blade. Excellent condition example with about 95% original blue finish and no signs of wear on the blade tips. Best example of this scarce tool we have had in at least 5 years. Hard to find item in any condition. $125.00 (View Picture)

22717 .50 BMG HEADLESS SHELL EXTRACTOR - U.S. GI mint unissued. $22.00 (View Picture)

22716 .50 BMG HEADSPACE AND TIMING GAGE - Used excellent, but the .020 leaf has a slight bend that should not interfere with use. $22.00 (View Picture)

22572 GRENADE LAUNCHER SIGHT AND MOUNTING PLATE - Standard M15 Grenade lanuncher sight, with the mounting plate and screw which are still in their original wrapping. No case or instruction sheet but fine for display. $10.00 (View Picture)

22570 T&E (Traversing and Elevation) MECHANISM FOR .30 BROWNING OR M60 ON M2 MACHINE GUN TRIPOD - New old stock. This is the standard WW2 style T&E mechanism used with the .30 caliber BMGs on the M2 tripods, but has had the “H” shaped adaptor added to the upper part for use with the M60 machine gun. Excellent plus, just some minor scrapes and scratches from careless storage. Only one available. $275.00 (View Picture)

22539 M60 MACHINE GUN COMBINATION TOOL, - Ordnance Part Number 8448458. PHOTO Each tool is New Old Stock (NOS). Tool has provision for cleaning gas system with reamer. $10.00 (View Picture)

22516x- Lot of Six Half Moon Clips for M1917 .45 ACP revolvers - Used fine to excellent. Lot of six, sufficient to hold 18 rounds to fill one of the triple pocket ammunition pouches used with the M1917 Colt and S&W revolvers. $15.00 (View Picture)

22402 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER RIFLE SLING - Good condition with W.T. & B. CO./1918 maker and date markings and C.A.C. inspector marks. Medium brown color. A bit stiff and cracking where folded over a swivel, but a good display item for any WW1 or WW2 rifle. $110.00 (View Picture)

22398 U.S. GRENADE LAUNCHER SIGHT SET, M15- WW2 THROUGH VIETNAM ERA - Grenade Launcher Sight M15- mint unissued complete with instructions/range table, mounting plate (with screws) and 1944 dated web carrying pouch. These were issued with the M1903 Springfield, M1 Garand and M14 rifles and the M1 Carbine. These attach on the left side of the stock which requires drilling two holes. Please do not mess up a good stock by mounting this on your favorite rifle. Go out and pick up a junky stock with some repairs or something instead for this purpose. The whole sight assembly, just as it left the factory in 1944, never issued. $25.00 (View Picture)

22395 Remington Shotgun 12 Gauge choke tubes and wrench - Made for the 11-87 but probably the same for most of the recent 12 Gauge Remington shotgun models made for choke tubes. This includes the Full and Improved Cylinder tubes along with the special wrench needed to remove or install the tubes. Brand new. $20.00 (View Picture)

22339 KRAG- MODEL 1894 SCREWDRIVER (NICE!) - (Mallory Krag Rifle Story 2nd edition, page 151). Two blades with stubby punch, marked US on face of one blade. Excellent condition example with about 95% original blue finish and no signs of wear on the blade tips. Best example of this scarce tool we have had in at least 5 years. Hard to find item in any condition. $125.00 (View Picture)

22264 U.S.MODEL 1863 MUSKET NIPPLE WRENCH COMBINATION TOOL - open end nipple wrench and two screwdriver blades. Original Civil War issue, about excellent condition with lots of blue finish, unmarked $45.00 (View Picture)

22259 U.S. .58 CALIBER MUSKET "WORM" FOR CLEANING - These screw on to the threaded end of the ramrod, and were used with a bit of cloth or "tow" for swabbing out the barrel. Used excellent with most of the original blue finish. There were two variations of these, one with a short body, the other with a longer body. This is the SHORT body type. There was a somewhat similar "ball screw" that attached to the ramrod in the same way, but featured w screw (like the pointy end of a wood screw) which could be twisted into the soft lead minie ball so it could be pulled out with the ramrod without firing the gun, or if the powder charge would not fire for some reason. $35.00 (View Picture)

22254 TRAPDOOR SPRINGFIELD MODEL 1879 COMBINATION TOOL - Issued with all the .45-70 trapdoors, initially carried in the bulge at one end of the McKeever cartridge box and later in the butt trap of the M1888 rod bayonet rifles. This tool has a jaw for holding the mainspring in the compressed position when disassembling the lock. The large screwdriver blade is for the buttplate and tang screws, and the smaller blade is for the internal lock screws. The punch is used to punch out the tumbler from teh hammer, or when removing the band springs. Excellent condition with clear U.S./MOD 1879 markings, and about 95% blue covered with grungy old grease from long storage. $15.00 (View Picture)

21985 WW2 ERA M3 BARRACKS CLEANING ROD FOR M1 GARAND RIFLES - What you see is what you get. The M3 celaing rod is a "barracks type" meaning that the rod is a single piece, not several jointed sections. These are threaded on the tip for use with a bore brush or with a patch holder (not inlcuded). New old stock, but poorly stored so the rods are rusty, but should clean up. $10.00 (View Picture)

21081 BAR COMBINATION TOOL 7264450 - Mint unissued- have several, some individually packed in cosmoline, some bulkpacked in VCI wrap. Will honor requests for greasy wrapped one or clean one as supplies permit. These have two screwdriver blades, a wrench for the flash hider, and a spanner for the buffer tube cap. Neat item for any collector of modern U.S. martial arms. $10.00 (View Picture)

21272 10 LINK, BELT, METALLIC, CAL .50 M9 - Full mint box of 10 links for the Browning .50 caliber machine guns. New old stock, fresh from a sealed crate. SPECIAL- 10 boxes total 100 links for $40.00, or a single box of 10 links for only $5.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2403 DUST COVER FOR THE JAPANESE T-99 RIFLE. - These are hard to find, just the thing to complete your rifle! Excellent condition. Retains about 98% finish with no rust or dents. $125.00 (View Picture

20336 M16 Bipod & Case - This is the folding clamp-on bipod first issued in Vietnam. Probably a commercial copy, as it has a blued finish and no maker markings. Case has the M1956 belt hook on the back, and is made of nylon. About mint unissued. $40.00 (View Picture)

18027 M1 CARBINE SLING & OILER SET - Genuine U.S. military issue, not cheap repro stuff. OD webbing sling with the “D” style end tabs. No markings, which is typical. Oiler is IS marked with about 50-60% parkerized finish remaining. Nice to go on a less than pristine M1 carbine in Korean War configuration. Webbing is somewhat faded, otherwise overall G-VG condition. $55.00 (View Picture)

17970 U.S. Model 1907 WW2 style leather sling - WW2 style with steel hardware. This is GI quality construction, but is unmarked, so I assume it is a commercial copy, but it looks like it is WW2 vintage showing the usual scuffs and darkening in spots of a used military sling, but still nice and flexible. Priced less than for a marked example, but only a fanatic will be able to tell it is not GI (or know more about these and decide that it really is!) $95.00 (View Picture)

17918 M1 CARBINE CLEANING ROD, M8 (RUSTY) - (Ruth, War Baby II p.657) This is a rod made especially for the M1 Carbine. It consists of an aluminum handle permanently attached with a swivel to a rod section, one extension section of rod and a slotted tip. Both steel and brass tips were used, and they are shorter than the tips used with the M10 tool for the M1 Garand. This rod assembly is in good serviceable condition nut poor storage resulted in the steel rod sections getting rusty. They will look a lot better with a careful but time consuming cleaning slows scraping the rust off, or you can use a coarse abrasive and remove the rust and any traces of parkerize finish. Perfect for the Carbine collector who has to have one of everything and is not picky about condition. Great for actual use too, not just parked in a display. $25.00 (View Picture)

17917 M1 CARBINE CLEANING ROD, M8 (RUSTY) - (Ruth, War Baby II p.657) This is a rod made especially for the M1 Carbine. It consists of an aluminum handle permanently attached with a swivel to a rod section, one extension section of rod and a slotted tip. Both steel and brass tips were used, and they are shorter than the tips used with the M10 tool for the M1 Garand. This rod assembly is in good serviceable condition nut poor storage resulted in the steel rod sections getting rusty. They will look a lot better with a careful but time consuming cleaning slows scraping the rust off, or you can use a coarse abrasive and remove the rust and any traces of parkerize finish. Perfect for the Carbine collector who has to have one of everything and is not picky about condition. Great for actual use too, not just parked in a display. $25.00 (View Picture)

17916 M1 CARBINE CLEANING ROD, M8 (NICE!) - (Ruth, War Baby II p.657) This is a rod made especially for the M1 Carbine. It consists of an aluminum handle permanently attached with a swivel to a rod section, one extension section of rod and a slotted tip. Both steel and brass tips were used, and they are shorter than the tips used with the M10 tool for the M1 Garand. This rod assembly is in excellent plus condition with some original cosmoline and nearly 100% of the parkerized finish on the steel rod parts. Perfect for the Carbine collector who has to have one of everything and is picky about condition. $35.00 (View Picture)

17700 BRUSH, CHAMBER CLEANING 1005-690-8441 - These are the shorter length made for use in the 7.62mm M14 rifles, and possibly also the 7.62mm (.308) conversions of the M1 Garand. Full original unissued box of ten brushes. $25.00 (View Picture)

17321 KRAG 3 PIECE CLEANING ROD & OILER SET - Rifles and carbines made after early 1896 had three holes in the butt trap for cleaning rods, and shortly later additional inletting was added for a nickel plated oiler. Even with three sections, the rods were too short to reach all the way through the rifle barrel and apparently troops were expected to pool their sections to make a longer rod or else clean from both ends. Carbines reportedly only had two sections issued, even though the stocks were drilled with the same three holes as on the rifle stocks. Set includes 3 rod sections (one slotted end piece and two extensions) and one oiler. Original US Military issue, used VG-fine condition. $95.00 (View Picture)

17384 U.S. MODEL 1918 SADDLE SCABBARD FOR M19093 SPRINGFIELD - Good clear B.BROS. 1918 maker and date markings. Leather is fairly flexible, but dry and very dirty with yellowish crud. The grommet for the drain hole at the tip is missing, but not a big deal. Leather does have some cracking along the folded edge and some scuffing and flaking. Unlike most of these, this one has both straps but is missing the attaching snap hooks. Overall about fair to good condition, but will look a lot better after a good cleaning and leather treatment and then be a good representative example to go with any WW1 era cavalry collection. $125.00 (View Picture)

17321 KRAG 3 PIECE CLEANING ROD & OILER SET - Rifles and carbines made after early 1896 had three holes in the butt trap for cleaning rods, and shortly later additional inletting was added for a nickel plated oiler. Even with three sections, the rods were too short to reach all the way through the rifle barrel and apparently troops were expected to pool their sections to make a longer rod or else clean from both ends. Carbines reportedly only had two sections issued, even though the stocks were drilled with the same three holes as on the rifle stocks. Set includes 3 rod sections (one slotted end piece and two extensions) and one oiler. Original US Military issue, used VG-fine condition. $95.00 (View Picture

15014 .30 CARBINE HEADSPACE GAGE- 1.298 REJECT - With U.S. Ordnance Department markings. Used excellent. We found two GI carbine headspace gages, the forst loose ones I have seen in at least 10 years. If you need a gage for actual use, Brownells sells excallent new production gages for much less, but if you are a compuslive collector, here you go! Note that this one was originally intended to end up a longer gage, but was finished as a 1.298" so the mnarkings were altered to reflect that. A real prize for the collector of carbine trivia! $125.00 (View Picture)

15013 .30 CARBINE HEADSPACE GAGE- 1.300 REJECT - With U.S. Ordnance Department markings. Used excellent. We found two GI carbine headspace gages, the forst loose ones I have seen in at least 10 years. If you need a gage for actual use, Brownells sells excallent new production gages for much less, but if you are a compuslive collector, here you go! $125.00 (View Picture)

13738 BIPOD AND M3 CASE FOR M16 RIFLE - Carrying case is nylon construction marked on the back: CASE, BIPOD M3-12002974. Bipod appears to be mint unissued with the original wrapping paper (a bit ratty from being opened and reqwrapped) which had 1985 date. Bipod is not marked in any way, and has one spot of light rust as shown in the photo. Nice addition to a Desert Storm era collection or for any collection with an AR-15/M16. $65.00 (View Picture)

13535 LOT OF 3 COMBINATION TOOL HANDLES FOR M10 TOOL FOR THE M1 GARAND - New old stock, some still in the original wrapping. Add four rod sections and a tip to make the complete M10 tool that fits in the butt of the Garand. This little tool handle is an ingenious design that has large and small screwdrivers for buttplate screws and gas cylinder lock screw, with hole in handle so you can insert a rod section for greater leverage. Other end of tool is used to disassemble and reassemble the bolt by easing the bolt forward against the tool inserted in the chamber and then roatating the tool with the rod section (in the center pivot this time) and the bolt comes apart with no sweat and no lost parts. Reassembly is just the reverse. We only have the handles but the rod sections and tips are same as used with the M14 and fairly common. Lots of cheap imitation M1 Garand cleaning rods have been sold with crude commercial handles that lack the bolt disassembly and screwdriver features, so you can upgrade those. Lot of three handles for $29.00 (View Picture)

12718 M1 GARAND CLIPS (12 EACH) - 12 US GI M1 Garand clips, used excellent to new condition. Enough to fill two bandoleers or one cartridge belt (with two left over) $18.00 (View Picture)

12867 M1903 SPRINGFIELD COMBINATION TOOL - Officially "Screwdriver, rifle, 5560438" with three screwdriver blades and a pin punch. There are several variations of these for the truly obsessed collector to pursue. These are new in the wrap, made by National Slug Rejector (NSR) and repacked in 1955 at Rock Island Arsenal, which actually just involved taping a new label in place with new stock number information. Mint unissued. $18.00 (View Picture)

12693 M1 GARAND CLIPS (12 EACH) GRADE 2 - 12 US GI M1 Garand clips, used fair- VG condition. Most have small spot of rust, or staining, or worn spots in the finish so that we don't think they are good collector items. However, they should work fine (although we recommend cleaning them up a bit before using them). Enough to fill two bandoleers or one cartridge belt (with two left over) $10.00

12617 LEATHER SADDLE SCABBARD FOR M1 GARAND BY BOYT - Sharply marked U.S. BOYT -42. This has the op rod cover made of blackened brass, Scabbard itself is about mint unissued but has picked up a few scattered minor scuffs and scrapes but is not oil soaked or dry rotted, or crushed flat like most are. This one has both the attaching straps complete with the snap hooks. However, the straps are stiff and dry and the upper one broke when being removed. This is one of the few we have ever found with both straps, so it would be okay for display as is, or you could have a replacement strap made since you have a pattern and the hardware. Desirable early date and still one of the better examples we have had. Although intended for use by the horse cavalry (dismounted in 1943) many of these were used on vehicles. $175.00 (View Picture)

11678 U.S. "OILER & THONG CASE"- WW2 VERSION MADE OF PLASTIC. - Cleaning kit that fits in butt of M1903, 1903A3, M1917 and M1 rifles. Used VG-excellent. Comes with thong (pullthrough) which was made for Denmark, differing from the US version in the type of cord used. Sometimes a brass or bristle type bore brush would also be carried in the end with the thong. $18.00 (View Picture)

11564 M1911 .45 AUTO SCREWDRIVER (PARKERIZED) -
"L" shaped tool with screwdriver blade on the short end and long arm serves as a punch. These were a descendent of earlier "L" tools issued with the Colt Single Actions. Unissued, light gray parkerized finish. Marked only with the drawing number, no maker name. May have a couple of light surface rust spots from poor storage. $12.00 (View Picture)

11542 M1911 .45 AUTO SCREWDRIVER (BLUED) - "L" shaped tool with screwdriver blade on the short end and long arm serves as a punch. These were a descendent of earlier "L" tools issued with the Colt Single Actions. Unissued, blue finish, no markings. May have a couple of light surface rust spots from poor storage. $12.00 (View Picture)

11540 U.S. ORDNANCE KIT, GAUGES, ARMORER'S SMALL ARMS - Issued in a metal box, similar to a bank safe deposit box, with two wooden trays with cutouts to hold the various inspection gauges needed by ordnance personnel to work on most of the .22 through .50 caliber small arms in service circa WW2. These sets are shown in Brophy's 1903 Springfield book, pages 528-529, and there apparently were minor variations in the contents over the years. Set includes all three .30-06 headspace gages (1.940, 1.946, 1.950) and breech bore gages and field test bolts for both the M1903 and M1 rifles. Also a .50 BMG breechbore gauge and a couple of others. Missing are a set of feeler gages, two extensions for the depth mike, two .50 BMG chamber gages, two .22 headspace gauges, .30 BMG timing gage, and a M1 rifle firing pin protrusion gage, and maybe two or three other small items (bore reflectors?) Most items are used, excellent free from rust or damage. What you see is what you get. I have put small cards into the slots where items are missing to identify what goes there. This is only the fifth of these sets I have ever seen for sale. Neat for anyone but a necessity for the truly addicted collector. $1,095.00 (View Picture)

10226 CLEANING ROD, M3 FOR M1 GARAND (D35420) - Aluminum handle with one piece rod and a detachable tip section so it can also be used with the brass bore brushes. Exposed portion of the rod is about 15.6" long. Unlike the multi-section rods carried in canvas cases in the field (prior to the adoption of the M10 tool where everyone had their own cleaning rod), the M3 rod was intended for use in camp or at maintenance facilities. Listed in Billy Pyle's excellent "Ordnance Tools, Accessories & Appendages of the M1 Rifle" on page 33. Every Garand collector needs one of these for their collection, or for use, as the length is "just right." Have some with heavy rounded aluminum handles, and others with the thin frame aluminum handles, but of course the enthusiastic collector needs one of each. Mint unissued. $35.00 (View Picture)

ROD, CLEANING, JOINTED, CAL. .30, M10- This is the tool that fits in the butt trap of the M1 Garand, consisting of a handle, four rod sections and a patch holder tip. The handle is a multi-purpose tool, with one end designed for disassembly of the bolt. (Insert the tool in the chamber with the disassembly end towards the bolt, and the rod section all the way to the right. Then ease the bolt forward to compress the ejector so you can rotate the tool to remove the extractor. Assembly is just the reverse process.) Other end of tool is a small screwdriver for the buttplate screws, and a larger one for the gas cylinder lock screw. Hole in handle allows use of rod section in "T" fashion for increased leverage. When carried in the rifle, the rod sections and tip fit into an OD cotton sleeve along with a brass bore brush (issued separately and not included here) in one hole in the butt and the handle and some patches in the other hole. Mint unissued, sealed in the original shipping tube with nomenclature markings. Have two different makers: Your choice $55.00 each

7725 - Made by Farmer Tool and Supply Corporation with 11/60 date. (View Picture)
7754 - Made at Springfield Armory with 1959 date.
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 680 U.S. M1855 Tumbler punch (Dorsey p. 254 top) - Correct way to separate hammer from tumbler on muskets and trapdoors, and to remove bandsprings. . Used excellent, 95% original blue, with some rusty spots. $30.00

5263 US M1870 TRIALS COMBINATION TOOL - (Dorsey Tools vol 1, p.165) This is the size that measures 2 15/16" and has about 90% of the blue finish remaining, mixed with some scattered rust. Edges rounded, not square cut. The pin punch is slightly bent, and I am afrait to try to striaghten it. These were used in the 1870 trials with the Remington, Sharps, Spencer against the Allin system. I looked for over 20 years before finiding one for my collection. Scarce. $225.00 (View Picture)

SMA1195 - Bipod Ramline. Black plastic, excellent condition. $10.00 (View Picture)

3298 U.S. M1916 Barracks Cleaning Rod Used with M1903 and later with M1917 rifles. Aluminum handle is egg or football shaped (with small reinforceding bulge near center) and solide rod, not three sections with screw joints. Rod is copper plated steel, with tip turned down to serve as patch holder. Exposed steel rusted from careless storage, but basically unissued. $20.00

147x US GI WW2 M1 Carbine Cleaning Rod and case "T" handle rod plus one extension section and detachable tip in web case with M1910 belt hook. Rods look mint unissued, case used Fine WW2 makers, some dated, some not dated. $20.00

1610 .45-70 Barracks Cleaning Rod- Rifle Length 38 inch long 3/8" diameter wooden rod with tip contoured as patch holder. 1 5/8" dia. wooden ball handle. Original, seldom seen accessory. (Waite & Ernst p. 176). Excellent condition. $49.00

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Reloading Tools & Bullet Molds- Mostly Antique

**NEW ADDITION** 22887 WINCHESTER- RARE BRASS BULLET MOLD (3rd Model) in .45-75 WCF FOR M1876 WINCHESTER RIFLE- MINTY! - This is an early Winchester brass bullet mold for the 1st Model 1876 Lever Action Rifle. In the 1870's, fixed rimfire ammunition was still a relatively recent improvement over the traditional muzzle-loader. When central fire ammunition was introduced to the American public with the debut of the Model 1873, the whole concept of reloading came along with it. That said, Winchester offered a special mold and reloading tool to complement their new product line of center fire rifles and carbines. This early brass variant dates to around the mid-late 1870's before they were replaced by an all steel variant. (There were two earlier types of molds which are super rare which we won’t discuss.) This “3rd model” was vastly improved over the previous two short-lived variants because it was a split mold with two handles and a sprue cutter. Because the mold was now split in connecting halves instead of solid, the bullets could include grease rings. The two handle/mold block pieces were made of brass with iron sprue cutters and axis pins. The only markings placed on this mold was the caliber which in this case is "45-75 W.C.F." The 3rd Model design in terms of mechanics was never improved upon but it was quickly replaced by a 4th Model; nearly identical but made entirely of steel. The last version of the Winchester Model was the 5th Model which added wooden grips on the steel handles to protect the user's hand from heat. Overall condition is excellent plus with brass parts a mellow patina the sprue cutter and screw still blue, and the axis pin still bright. Cavity is sharp and mold closes snugly. A great accessory a Model 1876 Winchester and very hard to find, let alonr in this superb condition! $950.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 22886 WINCHESTER- RARE BRASS BULLET MOLD (3rd Model) in .44 WCF (44-40) FOR M1873 WINCHESTER RIFLE - This is an early Winchester brass bullet mold for the 1st Model 1873 Lever Action Rifle. In the 1870's, fixed rimfire ammunition was still a relatively recent improvement over the traditional muzzle-loader. When central fire ammunition was introduced to the American public with the debut of the Model 1873, the whole concept of reloading came along with it. That said, Winchester offered a special mold and reloading tool to complement their new product line of center fire rifles and carbines. This early brass variant dates to around the mid-late 1870's before they were replaced by an all steel variant. (There were two earlier types of molds which are super rare which we won’t discuss.) This “3rd model” was vastly improved over the previous two short-lived variants because it was a split mold with two handles and a sprue cutter. Because the mold was now split in connecting halves instead of solid, the bullets could include grease rings. The two handle/mold block pieces were made of brass with iron sprue cutters and axis pins. The only markings placed on this mold was the caliber which in this case is "44 W.C.F." The 3rd Model design in terms of mechanics was never improved upon but it was quickly replaced by a 4th Model; nearly identical but made entirely of steel. The last version of the Winchester Model was the 5th Model which added wooden grips on the steel handles to protect the user's hand from heat. Overall condition is VG-fine, with brass parts a mellow patina with some staining. Some corrosion on the sprue cutter and the axis pin. Cavity is sharp and mold closes snugly. A great accessory for a first model M1873 Winchester and very hard to find! $695.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 10587 WINCHESTER BULLET MOLD (4th MODEL) "GOV .50" CALIBER - Note that this is not marked with the Winchester name, but is identical in construction to the Winchester 4th Model molds, so I am assuming it was made by Winchester, or whoever made the molds for Winchester. Except for perhaps a few Model 1885 single shot rifles, I don’t think Winchester sold any guns chambered in .50 Government (.50-70), but they certainly would have been agreeable to selling reloading tools if they thought they could make money doing it. Condition as shown in the photos, and nice to add to a display of arms in this caliber. My guess is that the date is probably mid 1870s when the fourth model molds were first introduced, as the earlier 3rd models were only marked with the caliber, but not the Winchester name. $149.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 10586 WINCHESTER BULLET MOLD (4th MODEL) 45-75 W.C.F. - Condition as shown in the photos, and nice to add to a display of Winchester (or other brand) guns in this caliber. There are five basic models of Winchester bullet molds. The first two were single piece with a sprue cutter attached and incredibly rare. The third is identical to this type, but made of brass and unmarked except for caliber. This is the fourth model, made of iron with bare handles, introduced in the late 1870s. The fifth model is the one most often seen and is about the same as the fourth model except it has wooden handles over the grips to protect the user’s hands from the heat. $95.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 10585 WINCHESTER BULLET MOLD (4th MODEL) .40-60 W.C.F. - Condition as shown in the photos, and nice to add to a display of Winchester (or other brand) guns in this caliber. There are five basic models of Winchester bullet molds. The first two were single piece with a sprue cutter attached and incredibly rare. The third is identical to this type, but made of brass and unmarked except for caliber. This is the fourth model, made of iron with bare handles, introduced in the late 1870s. The fifth model is the one most often seen and is about the same as the fourth model except it has wooden handles over the grips to protect the user’s hands from the heat. $95.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 10584 WINCHESTER BULLET MOLD (4th MODEL) .32 W.C.F. - Condition as shown in the photos, and nice to add to a display of Winchester (or other brand) guns in this caliber. There are five basic models of Winchester bullet molds. The first two were single piece with a sprue cutter attached and incredibly rare. The third is identical to this type, but made of brass and unmarked except for caliber. This is the fourth model, made of iron with bare handles, introduced in the late 1870s. The fifth model is the one most often seen and is about the same as the fourth model except it has wooden handles over the grips to protect the user’s hands from the heat. $75.00 (View Picture)

18938 Lee .32-20 WCF three piece die set - appears to be new, never used, but put in an old plastic holder that shows some age. These are standard 7/8” x 14 TPI for use in any standard reloading press. What you see is what you get. $20.00 (View Picture)

17851 Lee Loader set .30-40 Krag - appears to be new, never used. This is the handy set you can use in the field. What you see is what you get. $35.00 (View Picture)

15804 Lee Loader set .32-20 WCF - appears to be new, never used. This is the handy set you can use in the field. What you see is what you get. $35.00 (View Picture)

18937 Lyman single cavity bullet mold U452423- about new - This is an Elmer Keith design throwing bullets about 238 grains weight, made specifically for the .45 Auto Rim cartridges. Reportedly many shooters like these for use in other revolvers which are chambered for .45 ACP (like those with the convertible cylinders), although some report feeding problems in semi-autos while other say they work fine. Looks like it is in about new condition. The “U” indicates it is slightly undersize from the nominal diameter, preferred by some who like to “pan lube” bullets instead of using the lubricator sizer on each bullet. $45.00 (View Picture)

23293 LYMAN SINGLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD 358425 - This is a Lyman mold that casts a 112 grain wadcutter bullet for use in .38 or .357 caliber guns. Used G-VG condition, except missing the lock washer for the sprue cutter screw. No handles. $12.00 (View Picture)

22752 SCARCE EARLY IDEAL NUMBER 1 LUBRICATOR-SIZER - Introduced around 1915to replace the older “Armory Model” and used until about 1947 when replaced by the Number 45 Lubricator-Sizer. These use the same dies as the No. 45 so this can be used if you like. No dies installed now. This comes complete with the usually lost Lube wrench that fits on the top. There was a separate clamp attachment to hold it to a bench, and these are almost always lost, but you can rig up two “C” clamps with a bar between them. 1892 patent date cast in the handle along with the IDEAL name and address. Used fine condition with most of the original black paint. $95.00 (View Picture)

22658 OHAUS 505 PRECISION RELOADING SCALE - The Ohaus 505 is a precision instrument for weighing powder charges or bullet weight from 0.1 grain to 510 grains. Every reloader needs one of these to ensure that their powder measures are throwing the correct weight of powder. Used excellent, and well cared for. Should give many years or decades of reliable service. $27.00 (View Picture)

20093 LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD .457 DIAMETER -340 GRAIN WEIGHT - New unused condition still in the original box. These are high quality molds and the double cavity design speed up casting considerably. Jacketed bullets are getting expensive and reloading is definitely worth considering if you like the satisfaction of making your own ammunition, or just don’t want the hassle of finding the odd calibers or loads. Consult a reloading guide to see what these are good for, but our guess is that this is a good choice for a light load for the .45-70. $22.00 (View Picture)

20089 WINCHESTER MODEL 1882 LOADING TOOL IN .32 WCF - First model. This well used example has some blued finish remaining but mostly plum or brown patina. Overall about good condition. A nice addition to a display of Winchesters in this caliber. Being far from sources of supply, reloading was a necessity in the old wild west, and the tools were generally well used. $85.00 (View Picture)

20087 LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD .452 DIAMETER -252 GRAIN WEIGHT - New unused condition still in the original box. These are high quality molds and the double cavity design speed up casting considerably. Jacketed bullets are getting expensive and reloading is definitely worth considering if you like the satisfaction of making your own ammunition, or just don’t want the hassle of finding the odd calibers or loads. Consult a reloading guide to see what these are good for, but our guess is that this is a good choice for the .45 ACP $22.00 (View Picture)

20086 LEE DOUBLE CAVITY BULLET MOLD .309 DIAMETER -113 GRAIN WEIGHT - New unused condition still in the original box. These are high quality molds and the double cavity design speed up casting considerably. Jacketed bullets are getting expensive and reloading is definitely worth considering if you like the satisfaction of making your own ammunition, or just don’t want the hassle of finding the odd calibers or loads. Consult a reloading guide to see what these are good for, but our guess is that this is a good choice for the M1 Carbine $22.00 (View Picture)

14789 WINCHESTER BULLET MOLD .38-255 - The “fifth model” Winchester mold is most familiar to collectors. It is very similar in overall appearance with the earlier fourth model, but has the wooden handles. Anyone who has ever cast their own bullets certainly appreciates the comfort and convenience of having the wooden handles. These were produced in sizes ranging from .22 to .50 caliber. They were all marked as being "Manufactured by the Winchester Rep Arms Co New Haven, Conn U.S.A.". This one is marked “38-255”and is in about average, used condition with some finish and a bit of dinging on the bottom of the mold block. Not sure if the alignment pin is original or a replacement, but I suspect the latter. $89.00 (View Picture)


Parts (including stocks)- New, Used
Most are one of a kind or available in very limited quantity.
If you see something you need, get it now.  It might not be available later.

**NEW ADDITION** 22186 MODEL 1903 RIFLE STOCK FOR EARLY REMINGTON 1903 (NOT 1903A3!) WITH RLB CARTOUCHE - This is a take off stock from one of the early M1903 rifles made by Remington in late 1941, when Roy L. Bolin was still the primary inspector for Remington, before Frank J. Atwood took over the job. Ordnance wheel and RLB cartouche on the left side is clear along with the circle P on the wrist. NO rework marks! Overall near excellent condition but a bit greasy and grimy, needing a good cleaning. There are a few minor dings here and there and one area of scrapes and scars on the right side ahead of the forward stock bolt as shown in the photos, and another ding above the stock bolt on the left side. Minor age crack through the web between the magazine well and trigger inletting and back towards the rear guard screw that will be invisible when the action is installed. Perfect for restoration of a really nice, early M1903 by Remington. $275.00 (View Picture)

**HOLD** 19208 M1903 SPRINGFIELD FULL PISTOL GRIP "C" STOCK ASSEMBLY - A very nice stock, complete with the buttplate, butt swivel and lower band spring already installed. This is a pre-WW2 stock, made before the addition of the inletting cut for the M1903A3 handguard ring. “S” in the cutoff recess indicates it was made at Springfield Armory. Legible AAL rework marks from Augusta Arsenal. There is a script style circle P on the pistol grip, which is surprising as I would expect to see a sans-serif P which was used in the 1930s and 40s, not the script which pretty much ended prior to WW1. However, it is there, and may be someone’s faulty “restoration” or a rare anomaly. Wood is solid with no cracks and the biggest dings are shown in the photos. Nice medium reddish brown color with an old oil finish. The handguard is a close match and the later style with a slight convex profile. This sort of stock would have been used when assembling M1903A1 rifles circa 1930s-1943, or used on USMC M1941 Sniper rifles. Overall fine to excellent, great for a 85-95% finish rifle. Very hard to find decent M1903 stocks, especially the pre-WW2 full pistol grip “Type C” stocks, and with the old hardware in place. $275.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 19085 COLT MODEL 1911 PARTS- ORIGINAL U.S. MILITARY WW1 ERA -

A- WALNUT GRIPS and grip screws- used good as shown in the photos. Great for rescuing a decent WW1 M1911 that had the grips replaced with plastic or after market grips. Will look good on a well used gun maybe 60-80% finish. $125.00 (View Picture)

B- SLIDE PARTS- what you see is what you get. Barrel has vertical H (sans serif) on the end of the barrel, and what looks like a 5 on the left lug. No signs of HP on top of the barrel, or that it has been removed, so this may be a very early barrel. Bore is fair to good, worn but pretty bright, certainly not minty, but not trash either. Remaining parts VG-fine condition and all WW1 era. $195.00 (View Picture)

C- FRAME PARTS- what you see is what you get. All the frame parts except for the frame itself and the grip screw bushing, grips and grip screws, ejector and pin, and slide stop tube. Much original finish, but showing honest wear and very little left on the mainspring housing. $150.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 19059 M1903A4 SNIPER RIFLE BUTTSTOCK AND HANDGUARD- MINT UNISSUED - Genuine original U.S. military parts never issued or installed on a rifle. Stock was made by Keystone as indicated by the “K” in the cutoff recess. This is the desirable full pistol grip stock used on many (most?) of the M1903A4 Sniper Rifles when originally made, not the alternate semi-pistol grip “scant” type stock which was also used, but is ugly. This is a genuine SNIPER stock with the notch for the bolt handle made as it was being machined, not Bub’as later modification of a standard “type C” pistol grip stock. When made, these had the forend tip left without the hole for he upper band screw, but the tip has been fitted and the band screw hole drilled, so it is ready to install. Originally these had been dipped in linseed oil but that has dried out over the years, and this really could use a coat of stock finish prior to being installed on a rifle, perhaps with some stain first if you like to adjust the color. Note- the handguard is not shown in the photo, but is a new old stock, unissued M1903A3/A4 handguard which closely matches the stock in color. Any M1903 stocks are hard to find, but the M1903A4 SNIPER rifle stocks are almost impossible. Stock and handguard, no metal parts (other than the handguard clips). Nearly perfect condition, never sanded or anything, and having maybe 2 or 3 tiny dings from 70 years of storage. If you have a sporterized rifle, and need a stock for the restoration, here is your chance. I know I will regret selling this, as I have found a number of sporterized M1903A4 rifles over the years. $725.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 11680 KRAG RIFLE REAR SIGHT- MODEL 1902 - The final type of sight used on Krags, with windage adjustment and the flip up “Sergeant’s peep sight” feature. Used fine to excellent, comes complete with the rear mounting screw, but no front screw. $95.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 4013 KRAG RIFLE REAR SIGHT- MODEL 1901 - Probably the best of the rear sights used on Krags, with windage adjustment by a lever at the front, and the flip up ladder for long range use. Used fine to excellent, comes complete with the rear mounting screw, but no front screw. $95.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 22965 SPRINGFIELD .58 CALIBER MUSKET OR M1866 .50-70 RIFLE FULL LENGTH STOCK - This is a well used stock, but okay for restoration of a gun for a living history reenactor, or to fix up an even more badly boogered rifle for a wall hanger or an inexpensive representative example. This was originally a Model 1863 Type 2 .58 musket stock, but was later arsenal modified for use on the M1866 .50-70 rifle. The modification is for the extractor spring in inside the barrel channel, which is hidden by the barrel when the barrel is installed, so it looks the same on the outside as either a musket or M1866. Subsequently, Bubba got his hands on it and decided to make the rifle into a lamp. So, he whittled out a little extra in the barrel channel and drilled a ¼” hole for the lamp cord to come out by the barrel tang, and added a handful of screw holes in the butt, presumably for some sort of base, leaving this as visible evidence of his vandalism. Assorted other dings as shown in the photos. Stripped of all metal parts except for the forend tip Not a priceless treasure for a minty gun, but an inexpensive piece of wood suitable for a restoration project where a new repro stock would cost more and look terribly out of place. What you see is what you get. $225.00 (View Picture)

SMA2438 Hard To Find Stock For The Late War Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. Stock is in good condition with misc. dents and dings from normal usage. $150.00 (View Picture)

SMA2582 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1903/A3 Rifles. - No cracks, about 31 inches. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized US M1903/A3 Rifle. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA2587 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1917 Rifles. - No cracks, about 32 inches long. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized '17 Enfield. $25.00 (View Picture)

22742 M1903 SPRINGFIELD FULL PISTOL GRIP "C" STOCK FOR M1903 OR M1903A3 RIFLES - Complete with milled buttplate and butt swivel. You can faintly see that an action has been screwed in place at one time. Exterior is virtually mint unissued with perhaps 2 or 3 minute tiny blemishes from handling. This is WW2 production and has the inletting for the handguard ring and the M1903 sight base so it can be use with either the M1903 or M1903A3 rifles. Officially, a M1903 rifle with the "C" stock becomes a M1903A1. The "C" stock has a slightly longer pull and higher comb than the old straight stocks, and is a much better fit for most shooters. The M1903A4 rifles used this type stock, but with a notch added for the bolt handle. No cartouches, no other markings but definitely WW2 GI part. Almost impossible to find loose, this is a real prize, but alas must be priced accordingly. $450.00 (View Picture)

22740 LOT OF 11 DIFFERENT U.S. KRAG RIFLE PARTS- UNFINISHED - What you see is what you get- these are parts that were partially completed at Springfield and then sold off as scrap, probably when they shifted to production of the M1903 rifles. A few are rough forgings or stampings, but most have had most or even all the machining work done and needed only final polishing and finishing and heat treatment to be done. Interesting to see parts that reflect the numerous steps that went into their manufacture. Parts include 4 sight parts, bolt sleeve, extractor, cutoff, trigger, loading gate, two follower parts. Condition as shown. The lot of 11 different parts for only $25.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2558 M1903 Springield Parts For Sale or Trade - While cleaning out the shop we came across a batch of M1903 Springield parts that we do not need. There are rear sights, milled trigger guards, sling swivels, barrel bands, bolts, regular milled butplates and some of the fancy checkered butplates. We will sell all of the parts together or individually but would rather trade for M1903A3, M1917 1911/A1 or other military parts. Send us an e-mail and let us know what you have to trade, or if you would like to purchase some or all of the parts. We buy parts so let us know if you have any parts that you want to sell. Click here to contact us. --- (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2496 Early Colt US Military 1911A Barrel Circa 1913 - This is barrel is marked with a Gothic “P” (No serifs) on the rear of the barrel hood and a Gothic “H” (No serifs) on the area visible through the ejection port. These markings identify it as dating from around 1913. The barrel is in very good to excellent condition, it has a bright bore with strong lands and grooves. The outside finish on the barrel shows normal wear. $350.00 (View Picture)

SMA2438 Hard To Find Stock For The Late War Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. Stock is in good condition with misc. dents and dings from normal usage. $150.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2481 CLEANING ROD FOR THE JAPANESE T-99 RIFLE. - These are hard to find, just the thing to complete your rifle! Excellent condition, with no rust, pitting. $75.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2505 DUST COVER FOR THE JAPANESE T-99 RIFLE. - These are hard to find, just the thing to complete your rifle! Excellent condition. Retains about 95% + finish. $125.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2517 Plexiglas Grips for the T-14 Nambu Pistol. - Grips of this type are often encountered on WWII vintage pistols, these probably were made by a GI during the war, from an aircraft window. Excellent workmanship and feel. Nice item for one of the collectors who like theater made items. $35.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2548 Cleaning Rod FOR THE JAPANESE T-38 RIFLE - These are hard to find, just the thing to complete your rifle! Very good condition. Other Japanese T-38 and T-99 parts are available - check with us. $75.00 (View Picture)

7359 U.S. MODEL 1841 "MISSISSIPPI" RIFLE BRASS PATCH BOX- EXCELLENT - A really nice example ready to replace a boogered box on a high condition rifle. No screws. $135.00 (View Picture)

6170 U.S. M1847 MUSKETOON BRASS TRIGGER GUARD ASSEMBLY - Used G-VG, what you see is what you get. Much of the black stuff is dried grease and crud. Very rare part, alomst impossible to find loose. $175.00 (View Picture)

20085 KRAG RIFLE STOCK CUT TO CARBINE LENGTH - This will work with either the 1898 or 1896 actions, as it was made for a M1898 rifle, but when cut down, someone enlarged the opening for the bolt handle to accommodate the reinforced area of the 1896 action. A bit of beveling of the edges there would make it a very good imitation of the 1896 cutout. Forend tip has the lightening cut filled and is close to the correct length and shape for a long carbine stock, as used on the M1899 and replacement stocks made for the 1896 and 1898 carbines which originally had a stock about 2 inches shorter. Good solid wood throughout. Comes with the buttplate and butt swivel installed. Great for a reenactor or even for someone who still uses a Krag as a hunting rifle. Or, you could splice on a forend piece and use it on a rifle. Except for the altered area around the bolt notch, a pretty nice old stock. $145.00 (View Picture)

22113 M1903A4 SNIPER RIFLE STOCK- BOOGERED BUT SALVAGABLE- AND CHEAP! - This is a stock that Bambi-blasting Bubba decided he needed to put a rubber recoil pad on, and also add a Lyman style sight. Other than alight sanding and coat of varnish, the stock is otherwise unmolested. Traces of the RA [wheel] P cartouche and a circle P and box P. The alteration involved making a slight hole on the right side of the stock ahead of the bolt handle notch for the sight’s elevation screw as shown in the photo. This could be easily filled and blended in. They cut about 3/8” off the back of the butstock to get it flat to install the recoil pad. This could be fixed by adding on walnut with the proper grain orientation to replace the removed wood and reshape it accordingly. Or, you could simply round off the toe of the stock again, and move the inletting for the tang at the top up about 3/8” to fit it in place. It may be necessary to file a tiny bit off the toe of the buttplate to get a good fit, but overall length of pull would be about the same as the original M1903 straight grip stocks, about ¾” shorter than the C or scant stocks. A good stock for a reenactor or someone looking to put together an inexpensive M1903A4 at a large saving over cost of an unbuggered stock. $150.00 (View Picture)

21788 MOSSBERG 44 .22 TRAINING RIFLE RIFLE STOCK ASSEMBLY - A “take off” during the silly “demilitarization” of .22 training rifles but available to help with restoration of a rifle that had its stock boogered by a previous owner, or perhaps cut down when used by a ROTC shooting team in the past. Condition is as shown in the photo. This is a very nice stock but dirty and faded. The fragile plastic trigger guard is intact and both the red and green safety buttons are in place, and it comes complete with installed buttplate and floorplate. The metal plate for the forend is there, but rusty and one of the screws is missing. $75.00 (View Picture)

21237 U.S. Model 1898 Krag handguard- for 1898 or 1902 sights - This is an ORIGINAL handguard, not one of the reproductions. It is overall in VG-fine condition, but does have a small crack at the front. When removing a Krag handguard ALWAYS remove the rifle from the stock, remove the rear sight by taking out the two screws, then slide the handguard forward to remove it, or backwards to install. If you try to pry it off or press it down to snap in into place you will probably split the 100 year old wood! This is a lighter shade of brown, possibly some of the Italian walnut used circa 1900-1902. $145.00 (View Picture)

22878 WINCHESTER MODEL 12 SHOTGUN WOOD FOREND GRIP- MINT! - Perfect for fixing that broken Model 12. Will work on any of the Model 12s in 12 GA. $35.00 (View Picture)

22812 MARTINI HENRY CLEANING ROD - What you see is what you get. Used fine to excellent, 37 inches long. $65.00 (View Picture)

22753 SCARCE ENFIELD PATTERN 1856 .577 PISTOL PERCUSSION LOCK DATED 1861 - This resembles the common Pattern 1853 .577 rifle musket lock at first glance. However, it is actually a slightly scaled down version, and the forward end of the lock is secured by a flat head screw entering from the lock side, not a bolt from the opposite side as on the muskets. Excellent mechanical condition, one small spot of light pitting towards the front of the plate. Sharp markings with crown at rear and 1861 over TOWER. These were used in the Pattern 1856 .577 caliber pistols with 10 inch barrels. I do not know if any of these reached either side during the Civil War, but it is not impossible. This is a vital restoration part someone has been searching for, or something to use as the star of a project to make a replica of the P1856 pistol. NOTE- This is NOT one of the junky fakes that the Afghans put on their phoney pistols the sell to unsuspecting GIs. This is an original authentic 1861 made lock. $145.00 (View Picture)

22552 LOT OF MAUSER GEW 98 OR K98 PARTS - What you see is what you get. One complete GEW 98 Mauser “lang vizier” rear sight assembly with the base that fits on the barrel; one bayonet lug band for the GEW 98 or K98k Mauser; one safety for the 98 Mausers; one front guard screw (with cuts for the locking screw); one 98 Mauser rear guard screw bushing, and one flat spring that I think is for a Mauser but it may be something else. The whole pile, great for restoration projects, mad scientist Rub Glodberg experimentation, or use as a flotation device for your neighbor’s cat’s swimming lessons. All for only $35.00 (View Picture)

22546 U.S. M1855-1884 BUTTPLATE FOR .58 MUSKETS, .50-70 AND .45-70 RIFLES WITH 1 SCREW - What you see is what you get. Used fair to good original buttplate for M1855-1865 .58 caliber rifle muskets, and the Allin conversions and the .50-70 trapdoor rifles. Dirty, rusty and some light to moderate pitting. Fine for cleaning up with a file to get rid of the pits if you are assembling a gun for living history use or as a shooter. Will also fit fine on the .45-70 trapdoors, most of which used hardware salvaged from obsolete CW muskets anyway. $30.00 (View Picture)

22545 M1873-1884 .45-70 TRAPDOOR RIFLE BUTTPLATE - What you see is what you get. Used VG-fine original .45-70 trapdoor buttplate. Some light surface rust that should clean off leaving mostly blue and some plum finish. Hard to find nice ones. Correct for any of the 1873-1884 standard infantry size rifles except those (rod bayonet, etc) that used the trapdoor in the butt for cleaning gear. $45.00 (View Picture)

SMA2455 Slide 1911A1 Colt Goldcup National Match Pistol. - Slide has vented rib and Colt adjustable sights. There is some slight pitting on both sides of the slide but this would probably clean up. This would make an excellent slide for a project custom target gun. $325.00 (View Picture)

SMA2456 Barrel & Bushing 1911a1 Colt Goldcup National Match - This is a barrel and bushing from a Colt Goldcup National Match pistol. Barrel is in excellent condition with a mirror bright bore. Would make an excellent barrel for a custom shooter. $250.00 (View Picture)

SMA2438 Hard To Find Stock For The Late War Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. Stock is in good condition with misc. dents and dings from normal usage. $150.00 (View Picture)

SMA2439 Hard To Find Late War Handguard For The Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - Photo shows the handguard installed on a rifle so you can see how it will look. We are selling the handguard but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. Handguard is in good condition with misc. dents and dings from normal usage. $50.00 (View Picture)

SMA2440 Hard To Find Stock For The Late War Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - Photo shows the stock installed on a rifle so you can see how it will look. We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. Stock is in good condition with misc. dents and dings from normal usage. $200.00 (View Picture)

SMA2467 Complete Bolt For The Japanese T-99 Rifle, Late War - Complete bolt with all of the internal parts. Very good condition. Other T-99 parts are available - check with us. $75.00 (View Picture)

22538 U.S. MODEL 1884 .45-70 TRAPDOOR RIFLE BUTTSTOCK- CUT AT LOWER BAND- NICE! - Overall near excellent except for a couple of very minor scrapes on the side and one ding down near the circle. P. Superb clear SWP/1888 cartouche. Never sanded. Would be great on a 90%+ rifle, except Bubba made it into a Bambi blaster back in the day and chopped the forend off, but otherwise left it unmolested We trimmed it off so you can splice a replacement forend on under the rear band (available from the good folks at Dunlap Woodcarving) and use the restored stock on your rifle. Or, you and just splice on a short tip and make it into a carbine stock by cutting out for the larger sling ring pads around the lock screw area. Needs just a little cleaning and will be a great looking stock when done. $175.00 (View Picture)

22535 SWISS SCHMIDT-RUBIN M1911 RIFLE HANDGUARD - What you see is what you get. One used good condition handguard for the Swiss Schmidt Rubin Model 1911 rifle. Sort of ugly with the wood all dry and a piece of tape around it to hold an old label, but should clean up just fine with the tape off and a quick coat of linseed oil. No cracks or breaks. $25.00 (View Picture)

22533 BRITISH NO 1 MARK III SMLE REAR HANDGUARD- MINT - What you see is what you get. One excellent condition rear handguard for the British .303 Enfield Number 1 Mark III. Light colored wood, possibly Australian coachwood, but a bit of stain and oil and you can match it to darker stocks if desired. $25.00 (View Picture)

22464 M1903 SPRINGFIELD FINGER GROOVE STOCK - Proper for rifles made circa 1917 through 1942. This is basically a good solid stock that has been sanded down so it looks near new. (The light colored stuff is the photos is sanding dust in the corners.) A bit of fiddling will be needed and the buttplate edges will sit a little proud of the edge, so this is not the best choice for a high grade collector piece, but would be great for a reenactor gun, or casual shooting use. A ghost of the circle P remains, but no cartouche. One tiny crack behind the tang with old arsenal brass pin repair. Nice looking wood. $125.00 (View Picture)

17420 U.S. MODEL 1916 CLEANING ROD SET FOR M1903 SPRINGFIELD RIFLES - This is a brass rod made in three sections plus a tip section and having an aluminum handle shaped like a football. It has been a few years since we have had one of these for you. The “T” handle M2 rods introduced in 1932 replaced these. Overall used fine. (White stripes in photo are just remnant of tape that held the sections together and will cean righ off with some WD-40.) See Brophy page 388-390. $75.00 (View Picture)

22468 .45-70 trapdoor cleaning rod (original) - Correct for any of the standard infantry rifles made with serial numbers 125,000 or higher, and will fit just fine on the lower numbers as well. Obviously not for the rod bayonet models. About 75% blue remains, an original rod, not one of the flimsy repros. $95.00 (View Picture)

22465 REPRODUCTION STOCK FOR .58 CALIBER SPRINGFIELD RIFLE MUSKET OR .50-70 RIFLES - This is one of the reproductions made in the 1960s by the Frontier Carving Shoppe using good quality straight grain walnut. This is about 90-95% inletted and the ramrod channel is fully drilled. You will need to finish fitting the barrel channel, make final cuts for the lock internals, drill holes for the lock and tang screws and wood screws. This can be used for the M1855, M1861, M1863, M1864 .58 caliber Springfield rifle muskets. Also for the M1865 and 1866 Allin conversions, and by some simple alterations on the forend, also for the M1868 or 1870 .50-70 rifles. A little prior woodworking experience is recommended, but with patience, and a bit of walnut sawdust mixed with epoxy to fix any boo-boos it might be a good learning project. Great for making up a gun for reenactor use. (Dunlap Woodcrafts makes repro stocks that are a bit closer to final fit, but they cost a lot more.) $175.00 (View Picture

22391 SHARPS .50-70 CARTRIDGE CONVERSION FIRING PIN (ORIGINAL) - This is the type used by Springfield Armory in the Sharps carbines and rifles converted to .50-70 after the Civil War. It is a high failure part, but we found a good original one, ready to complete that accurate restoration project. (If you just needs a functional one for a shooter, S&S has repros, but they have been out of orignals for many years.) $125.00 (View Picture)

22300 U.S. Model 1888 .45-70 trapdoor cleaning rod-bayonet (original) - Correct type for the circa 1888-1892 rifles made with the rod bayonet. Also nice if you are a bayonet collector and want a loose one instead of a complete rifle. About 75% blue remains, an original completed rod bayonet, not one of the unfinished scrap pieces that is unhardened and has not been cut to the final dimensions (length or diameter). Hard to find loose. $125.00 (View Picture)

21792 REMINGTON 40X MILITARY TARGET RIFLE STOCK - What you see is what you get. Used good+ condition. Overall a good solid stock but with some minor problems that are easily fixed, or use this one if you need a stock to cut down for a youthful shooter instead of boogering your nice stock. I think this is inlet for the standard (not heavy) weight barrel. Bedding blocks in place in the forend but no recoil pad or other metal parts. This has four holes (about 1/16” diameter drilled on the left side of the forend for some unknown purpose. There is a chip at the heel of the butt, an easy glue or epoxy repair. There are a couple of scrapes on the left side of the grip. Overall dirty and would look really nice after some quick repairs and sanding and new finish. $45.00 (View Picture)

21791 REMINGTON 513T STOCK FROM MILITARY .22 TRAINING RIFLES (Grade 1) - Our wise leaders for a while mandated that most military .22 caliber training rifles be destroyed, to “make it safe for The Children” or some such nonsense. Usually this was accomplished by removing the stock assembly and then destroying the barreled action using a torch or giant shredding machine. The stocks were later sold off as surplus. The happy result of this horror story is that we now have some stocks available to properly restore all those Remington Model 513T rifles which had their stocks cut down for youthful shooters in the past. This is what we call “Grade 1” which is very nice quality and suitable for restoration of a collector grade rifle. Some very minor handling and storage dings, but nothing bad. Some ugly tape residue which will clean off after soaking with some WD-40. Has Letterkenny Army Depot rework marks LEAD on the butt. Comes with buttplate and trigger guard assembly as shown in the photos, missing the small wood screw for the trigger guard. A nice stock. $75.00 (View Picture)

21790 REMINGTON 513T STOCK FROM MILITARY .22 TRAINING RIFLES (Grade 2) - Our wise leaders for a while mandated that most military .22 caliber training rifles be destroyed, to “make it safe for The Children” or some such nonsense. Usually this was accomplished by removing the stock assembly and then destroying the barreled action using a torch or giant shredding machine. The stocks were later sold off as surplus. The happy result of this horror story is that we now have some stocks available to properly restore all those Remington Model 513T rifles which had their stocks cut down for youthful shooters in the past. This is what we call “Grade 2” with some dings in the grip area, chipping by the guard screw holes and the escutcheon, but otherwise a solid stock. Easily repaired for use in restoring a rifle, or if you have a nice stock, save it and put this one on for shooting, or cut it down for use teaching a youngster to shoot with a gun that fits them better than the full length adult size stock. Comes with buttplate assembly as shown in the photos. $45.00 (View Picture)

21789 REMINGTON 513T STOCK FROM MILITARY .22 TRAINING RIFLES (Grade 3) - Our wise leaders for a while mandated that most military .22 caliber training rifles be destroyed, to “make it safe for The Children” or some such nonsense. Usually this was accomplished by removing the stock assembly and then destroying the barreled action using a torch or giant shredding machine. The stocks were later sold off as surplus. The happy result of this horror story is that we now have some stocks available to properly restore all those Remington Model 513T rifles which had their stocks cut down for youthful shooters in the past. This is what we call “Grade 3” with a couple of chips, but otherwise a solid stock. Easily repaired for use in restoring a rifle, or if you have a nice stock, save it and put this one on for shooting, or cut it down for use teaching a youngster to shoot with a gun that fits them better than the full length adult size stock. Comes with buttplate and trigger guard assembly as shown in the photos. $35.00 (View Picture)

51 WWII Slide 1911A1 - Remington Rand - Slide is in excellent condition with good Parkerization. $200.00 (View Picture)

SMA2453 Hard To Find Stock For The Japanese Type 99 Rifle. - Stock has some dents and dings from normal usage, and a chip is missing by the rear barrel band (see picture). This would not be hard to fix for someone who is good with wood working. We are selling the buttstock but if you need any other parts, please ask, we probably have them. $175.00 (View Picture)

21787 REMINGTON 513T STOCK FROM MILITARY .22 TRAINING RIFLES - Our wise leaders for a while mandated that most military .22 caliber training rifles be destroyed, to “make it safe for The Children” or some such nonsense. Usually this was accomplished by removing the stock assembly and then destroying the barreled action using a torch or giant shredding machine. The stocks were later sold off as surplus. The happy result of this horror story is that we now have some stocks available to properly restore all those Remington Model 513T rifles which had their stocks cut down for youthful shooters in the past. Condition is about as shown in the photos. We have several of these, all in similar condition with assorted mostly minor storage and handling dings and scrapes. Some have arsenal overhaul marks stamped in the wood (such as LEAD, RIA, etc). Most have buttplates, and some have the trigger guards and the forend rail for the hand stop, and the metal parts may be blued or parkerized and may or may not have some light surface rust, but all should clean up okay. Photos show a typical example, but not necessarily the one you will receive. $35.00 (View Picture)

21659 .50 BMG BARREL CARRYING HANDLE - What you see is what you get. Not sure if this is GI or aftermarket part. Looks new with dark finish. $35.00 (View Picture)

21658 .50 BMG FLASH HIDER ASSEMBLY - What you see is what you get. Not sure if this is GI or aftermarket part. Looks new with dark finish. Photo only shows one of the split ring clamping pieces, but both are included. Everyone needs one of these! (To explain to your spouse that you got such a good deal on the flash hider that you just have to go out and get a .50 BMG to put it on!) $75.00 (View Picture)

21124 MAUSER VZ-24 TYPE RIFLE STOCK - This is a military stock taken off by a gunsmith who used the action to make Bambi-blasting rifles. The stocks are solid, and will fit any of the standard length M1898 Mauser actions. Assorted nicks and dings but nothing major, although lots of old arsenal grease covers them. This is from a VZ-24 type rifle with the shorter stock about the same size as the Kar98k rifles. If you have a sporter that needs a new stock (cheap!) you can chop the forend off this and you should be ready to go. Complete with the buttplate, swivels, band spring as shown in the photo. $25.00 (View Picture)

21079 Lot misc gun parts - What you see is what you get. Gotta be treasures worth a lot more than we are asking- $35.00 (View Picture)

21077 Double size BAR training device trigger assembly - What you see is what you get. This is part of the double size training aids used for classroom instruction of troops in the operation of weapons. These were made large so troops in the back of the room could see the various parts function through the cycles. Used good, but poorly stored and filthy. These should be disassembled and cleaned up and repainted (if desired) to match the condition of the rest of your gun. Looks like this is the complete assembly, except for one pin. Steel parts have rusted and the aluminum is corroded some where exposed to the elements, but should clean up okay. With a compete training device bringing prices in the many hundreds of dollars range, this may be an easy way to bump up the value of your trainer missing some parts without the hassle of trying to fabricate them from scratch. $75.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2403 DUST COVER FOR THE JAPANESE T-99 RIFLE. - These are hard to find, just the thing to complete your rifle! Excellent condition. Retains about 98% finish with no rust or dents. $125.00 (View Picture)

20624 MG-34 buffer spring and recoil booster housing - Used excellent. $65.00 (View Picture)

20620 Scarce WW2 German MG-34 accessory- lubricant addittive container for "flowers of sulphur" - Mentioned but not shown on page 377 of Myrvang’s book on the MG-34. Apparently the Germans would sprinkle the flowers of sulphur on the freshly oiled operating parts to keep the oil from drying out. Later, improved oils eliminated the need to do this. Excellent condition, markings as shown in the photo. $95.00 (View Picture)

20596 Two Outer Cleaning Kits- 1 Rifle 1 Pistol - Made by Outers, circa late 1950s or early 1960s. Pistol kit is flat new in the box with all the supplies in their original boxes. It is for a .45 caliber pistol and would be great as an accessory or related item in a display of .45 caliber handguns. The rifle kit is for .30 caliber rifles, and is also complete, but it has a few scratches on the cover of the tin box. But, you cannot see them when you open the lid up to show the stuff inside anyway. Price for BOTH cleaning kits is only $29.00 (View Picture)

20583 MODEL 1898 KRAG RECEIVER ASSEMBLY - Serial number 178234 made in 1899. What you see is what you get. One really nice receiver complete with all the small parts, but no barrel or bolt assembly. This has been professionally polished and reblued, and has a coat of dried grease and crud, but should clean up to be really nice looking, ready to build into a complete rifle or carbine. Since this was made after 1898, we do need to have a FFL in order to sell and ship. This is one John had set aside for a project, but lacks time to fiddle with any more. $150.00 (View Picture)

20486 M60 MACHINE GUN BUTT STOCK ASSEMBLY - Excellent plus with just a couple of small chips in the black paint. $195.00 (View Picture)

20485 BREN GUN BIPOD ASSEMBLY - What you see is what you get. Used fine to excellent. No markings that we could find. $85.00 (View Picture)

20484 M3 GREASE GUN "HOUSING ASSEMBLY - Mint unissued, in the cosmoline. This is for the M3 version which had the cocking handle on the side. The later M3A1 eliminated this cocking device and replaced it with a hole in the bolt you stick a finger in to pull it back. $95.00 (View Picture)

SMA2410 Stock - German/Czech G33/44 Rifle. - We have located a rare original stock for the G33/40. So if you`ve had a barreled action sitting in a closet now you can complete your rifle.

When the Nazis were given the western end of Czechoslovakia in the fall of 1938 the received the huge Skoda arms works which had made rifle for the Czech army, including a short barreled carbine called the Cz 33 carbine. The Germans took this handy little carbine over, called it the G33/40 and issued it to its mountain troops. The only change was the addition of a metal plate on the left side of the butt to protect the wood from the crampons fitted to the mountain troops boots. The G33/44 carbines are eagerly sought after by collectors and the prices have escalated in the last few years.

This stock is for a G33/40 carbine. It made from walnut, has some use dings, and the linseed oil finish has darkened, but the wood is intact as is the metal protective plate and the butt plate. $495.00 (View Picture)

20264 M1903 rod bayonet rifle cut down stock- an educational item - This stock is a study in how things worked in the Army. Some collectors think that everything has to be exactly one way or another, or that rifles were made to be left untouched for the enjoyment of future collectors. The reality is that rifles were made as tools of war, and updated as improvements were made, and in the most cost effective manner possible. This stock started off as a very early Model 1903 rifle with the rod bayonet. These had a large hole for the bayonet running inside the forend, all the way to the front of the trigger guard. Inn 1905, the knife bayonet replaced the worthless rod bayonet, and rifles on hand were recalled for modification. That involved plugging and reshaping the forend tip for the new style band, and changing the front sights. Unfortunately, the forend got chopped off on this stock, so those changes are not visible. While the knife bayonet modifications were under way, the cartridge was changed from .30-03 to .30-06 by shortening the case .10 inch for use with pointed instead of round nose bullets. This required that the barrels be set back two thread (.20 inch) and the tip of the stock shortened .20 inch as well. Around this time, they shifted from a rear sight base that has a narrow strap around the front and rear to one with a solid bottom. This stock shows the modifications made to accommodate the solid rear sight base, reflecting modification around 1907 or so. Around 1910 a “stock bolt” was added to reinforce the stock in the trigger guard area, and in 1917 a second bolt was added, and the left side profile of the stock was lowered to match that of the right side. This stock has both stock bolts and the low profile on the left side. Thus we can see evidence of the original 1903 configuration, and the 1906-1907 changes, and again circa 1910-1917, all in a single stock. Unfortunately, Bubba made some alterations as well. The stock was cut off around the lower band, the tip rounded and an ugly groove added for a band. An interesting insight into M1903 stock changes, but sadly probably not restorable. $45.00 (View Picture)

20263 M1903 finger groove stock- cut but restorable - This is a decent M1903 finger groove stock that has been cut ahead of the lower band, and can be restored by splicing on a new forend. Tiny chip on right side at the toe. There is either a scratch or a tiny crack extending back from the receiver tang on the top of the wrist but I am not sure which, but wanted to point I out anyway. This is NOT cut for the 03A3 handguard ring, but is for the M1903 rifle. Traces of a P but no cartouche visible. $85.00 (View Picture)

20261 M1903A3 rifle stock - Used VG condition, with good Ogden Arsenal OG rework cartouche. Would grade as excellent except for there being two age cracks along the grain, one above the and spring and the other above the front stock bolt on the right side. These could be undercut from the back and repaired with epoxy and be almost invisible. Made for the M1903A3 but will also work on any of the M1903 rifles as well. Great for restoration or rescue of a M1903A3 that Bubba converted to a deer rifle. $125.00 (View Picture)

20010 /M1903/1903A3 SCANT STOCK- UNISSUED - New old stock that has been in storage for 65 years. This is 100% finished and fully inletted with stock bolts installed. All parts should just drop in, but in my experience you usually need to do a bit of minor fitting on the tip of the stock to get the upper band to fit, and you also need to drill the hole for the upper band screw. (Tip- use a drill press, and take a piece of wood clamped to the bed, and drill a small hole, then put a nail or wood screw in from the bottom so the point of the drill hits the point of the nail. Put your band on the stock and rest it with the nail in the band’s screw hole and then drill down through the hole on the other side of the band. You will probably need a helper to hold the stock in PRECISE alignment while doing this. Drill about half way and then turn the stock over and drill from the other side. Use an undersize drill to avoid damage to the band, then remove the band and drill the hole full size following the smaller hole.) This stock has rust on the stock bolts and various dirt and soiling and storage stains, but after a light cleaning and oiling will look great. There is a small chip at the tip which will be covered by the upper band, No markings that we could find other than a single letter (K or M) on the tip. The scant stocks have the longer pull length and higher comb of the desirable “C” pistol grip stocks, but ere made from blanks originally cut for the straight stocks with insufficient wood for the full grip, so they were made as the “scant” type. These will fit both the M1903 and M1903A3 rifles, and were used as replacements on both types during and after WW2. Some scant stocks had a notch added for the bolt handle for use on M1903A4 Sniper Rifles. What you see is what you get- but we have three of these but all are essentially same condition but may vary a tine bit from the photo. $125.00 (View Picture 705 U.S. .30 Carbine M1 or M2- Lot of 9 sears. - These are all the later type made for use with the M2 carbines, but were authorized for use as replacements in the M1 Carbines as well. (A number of other parts are used in the M2 to provide full auto capability, not just the sear, and possession of the full set of M2 parts is illegal.) Price for the lot of 9 sears, most RI maker marked, is only $45.00 (View Picture)

SMA2356 Trigger, Pin And Spring Set - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2357 Bolt Stop, Ejector And Screw Set - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition. $20.00 (View Picture

19317 -M1903/1903A3 SCANT STOCK- UNISSUED - New old stock that has been in storage for 65 years. This is 100% finished and fully inletted with stock bolts installed. All parts should just drop in, but in my experience you usually need to file away on the tip of the stock to get the upper band to fit, and you also need to drill the hole for the upper band screw. (Tip- use a drill press, and take a piece of wood clamped to the bed, and drill a small hole, then put a nail or wood screw in from the bottom so the point of the drill hits the point of the nail. Put your band on the stock and rest it with the nail in the band’s screw hole and then drill down through the hole on the other side of the band. You will probably need a helper to hold the stock in PRECISE alignment while doing this. Drill about half way and then turn the stock over and drill from the other side. Use an undersize drill to avoid damage to the band, then remove the band and drill the hole full size following the smaller hole.) This stock has rust on the stock bolts on one side and various dirt and soiling and storage stains, but a light sanding and staining it will look great. It also has a crack in the forend that extends back for about 7 inches but a bit of glue or epoxy will easily fix that. Only marking is an ordnance bomb on the tip. The scant stocks have the longer pull length and higher comb of the desirable “C” pistol grip stocks, but ere made from blanks originally cut for the straight stocks with insufficient wood for the full grip, so they were made as the “scant” type. These will fit both the M1903 and M1903A3 rifles, and were used as replacements on both types during and after WW2. Some scant stocks had a notch added for the bolt handle for use on M1903A4 Sniper Rifles. What you see is what you get. $135.00 (View Picture)

19316 /M1903/1903A3 SCANT STOCK- UNISSUED - New old stock that has been in storage for 65 years. This is 100% finished and fully inletted with stock bolts installed. All parts should just drop in, but in my experience you usually need to file away on the tip of the stock to get the upper band to fit, and you also need to drill the hole for the upper band screw. (Tip- use a drill press, and take a piece of wood clamped to the bed, and drill a small hole, then put a nail or wood screw in from the bottom so the point of the drill hits the point of the nail. Put your band on the stock and rest it with the nail in the band’s screw hole and then drill down through the hole on the other side of the band. You will probably need a helper to hold the stock in PRECISE alignment while doing this. Drill about half way and then turn the stock over and drill from the other side. Use an undersize drill to avoid damage to the band, then remove the band and drill the hole full size following the smaller hole.) This stock has rust on the stock bolts and various dirt and soiling and storage stains, but a light sanding and staining it will look great. there is a small chip alongside the receiver tang on the left side with about 1/16”-1/8” piece broken off, that probably will not be noticeable, but we don’t like to surprise people. Note that there is a small patch about ½” x 1 ½” on the right side of the buttplate tang. Makers were authorized to make minor repairs like this to salvage stocks that had minor defects, and when stained and sanded it will pretty much blend right in. No markings that we could find. The scant stocks have the longer pull length and higher comb of the desirable “C” pistol grip stocks, but ere made from blanks originally cut for the straight stocks with insufficient wood for the full grip, so they were made as the “scant” type. These will fit both the M1903 and M1903A3 rifles, and were used as replacements on both types during and after WW2. Some scant stocks had a notch added for the bolt handle for use on M1903A4 Sniper Rifles. What you see is what you get. $125.00 (View Picture)

19300 M1903A3 REMINGTON BUTTPLATE- MINT IN ORIGINAL GREASE AND WRAPPING - Just what is needed to restore an otherwise perfect M1903A3 that had a buttplate ruined by rust when left in a damp place. Brand new, never issued, still in the circa 1944 G.I. wrapping over gooey cosmoline. This is the stamped type. $35.00 (View Picture)

19188 ENFIELD NO. 4 MARK I BUTTSTOCK- MINT (Brown) - Made at Long Branch in Canada, as indicated by the LB logo and the broad arrow in the C Canadian property marking. This is Normal length pull. They were also made at various times in Long, Normal, Short and Bantam (super short). This is made of a light orangish toned wood, probably birch and left in natural color. 100% finished drop in ready for your restoration project on any of the No. 4 rifles (Mark I, Mark 1/2, Mark 2). This one has a coat of brownish color stain and varnish or sealer of some sort over the natuarl wood color. $29.00 (View Picture)

19185 ENFIELD NO. 4 MARK I BUTTSTOCK- MINT (varnish) - Made at Long Branch in Canada, as indicated by the LB logo and the broad arrow in the C Canadian property marking. This is Normal length pull. They were also made at various times in Long, Normal, Short and Bantam (super short). This is made of a light orangish toned wood, probably birch and left in natural color. 100% finished drop in ready for your restoration project on any of the No. 4 rifles (Mark I, Mark 1/2, Mark 2). This one has a coat of varnish or sealer of some sort over the natuarl wood color. $29.00 (View Picture)

19182 ENFIELD NO. 4 MARK I BUTTSTOCK- MINT - Made at Long Branch in Canada, as indicated by the LB logo and the broad arrow in the C Canadian property marking. This is Normal length pull. They were also made at various times in Long, Normal, Short and Bantam (super short). This is made of a light orangish toned wood, probably birch and left in natural color. 100% finished drop in ready for your restoration project on any of the No. 4 rifles (Mark I, Mark 1/2, Mark 2). This one is bare wood, no finish as all. $29.00 (View Picture)

19178 U.S.M.C. HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MC-58 TRAINING RIFLE STOCK ASSEMBLY- ALSO FITS WW2 M65"LEATHERNECK" - About mint unissued, but dry and dirty from storage- a few tiny rust flecks on the buttplate, but rest of metal has about 99% of the light gray parkerized finish. Unsanded walnut stock has sharp DOD cartouche on the pistol grip, and a few tiny storage and handling blemishes, but is close to perfect. This stock will work with the WW2 vintage H&R M65 Leatherneck training rifle as well, the only difference being the slot ahead of the trigger guard for the M1 Garand style safety. Complete with all the hardware except the buttplate. $85.00 (View Picture)

19038 M1903A3 Dummy Drill Rifle Handguard - Type used by US Navy on Mk 5 Dummy Drill rifles. Made of very tough rubbery material, dark brown color, that is nearly indestructible. Mint unissued. Perfect for drill team or color guard use. Do not confuse these rugged handguards with the flimsy plastic ones used by National Ordnance on some of their ersatz “Frankenfield” rifles. One handguard for $18.00 (View Picture)

19020 SWEDISH LJUNGMAN AG42B BOLT, CARRIER & COVER PARTS LOT - What you see is what you get. Excellent condition to new bolt, firing pin extractor, bolt carrier, bolt cover assembly- everything in the photo for only $95.00 (View Picture)

18841 M1903A3 STOCK- Excellent plus condition - This has been on a gun, but apparently never used much, or it has been very lightly cleaned with a GI style oil finish. No cartouche or circle P visible. Details such as the shape of the bandspring inletting indicate this was made by Remington. It has stock pins instead of reinforcing bolts, so it is fairly early. Not a mint unissued stock (that sometimes looks “too new”) but an excellent plus example that will look great on a 95-98% M1903A3. 03A3 stock are getting hard to find in any condition, but especially in really nice shape like this. Only one available. Comes with bandspring but no other hardware. $225.00 (View Picture)

868 M1903A3 Dummy Drill Rifle Stock and Handguard - Type used by US Navy on Mk 5 Dummy Drill rifles. Made of very tough rubbery material, reddish-brown color, that is nearly indestructible. These are slightly used to near new. Only have 3 sets of these available. Perfect for drill team or color guard use Handguard material may vary somewhat in color. $89.00 (View Picture)

18724 M1903 Springfield “Scant” or semi-pistol grip stock - Used good condition with an old dark stained and oiled finish. Has assorted minor nicks and dings. Milled bandspring installed. Someone did a minor bit of fiddling with the inletting for the trigger, probably for an aftermarket one that needed a bit more clearance, but a rifle with GI trigger will drop right in. Quality of this stock is a bit less than usual, either one of the new WW2 makers, or perhaps from one of the post war repro makers. The semi-pistol grip has the same high comb and longer pull found on the desirable “C” stocks, so this may be good for a shooter, or an expendable stock for a reenactor to use. In any case, it is a good serviceable stock priced cheap. $125.00 (View Picture)

18523 M1 CARBINE HANDGUARD- 2 RIVET - VG condition, used with some ugly oil or varnish type finish that will easily strip off. This has the later “shallow” type sighting groove. Did not see any maker markings. $25.00 (View Picture)

18522 M1 CARBINE HANDGUARD- 2 RIVET- (REPAIRED) - Fine to excellent condition, but it was cracked and neatly repaired. Shows some glossy oil or varnish type finish in places that will easily strip off. This has the early “deep” type sighting groove. Did not see any maker markings. $20.00 (View Picture)

18057 COLT M16A1/SP1 EARLY TRIANGULAR HANDGUARD (RIGHT SIDE ONLY) - This is an original US GI triangular handguard, gently used. Have several and photo shows typical examples. Excellent condition, and may have rack number painted or sticky numbered on it. Possibly a few minor scrapes or scratches but nothing significant, just not quite perfect. NOTE- we ONLY have the right side handguard, but those are the ones usually found damThis is an original US GI buttstock, gently used. Compete with sling swivel and solid buttplate with no trap. Have several and photo shows typical examples. Excellent condition, and may have rack number painted or sticky numbered on it. Possibly a few minor scrapes or scratches but nothing significant, just not quite perfect. If you need one of these buttstocks to complete your retro conversion of an AR15 back to early Vietnam configuration, here is your chance. Price for one stock, no tube or buffer, just the stock, swivel and buttplate.aged. If you need one of these handguards to complete your retro conversion of an AR15 back to early Vietnam configuration, here is your chance. One right side handguard for $25.00 (View Picture)

17607 M1 Carbine Stock and Handguard Assembly (complete) - Complete with buttplate, recoil plate and bandspring all installed. This is the M2 configuration which was the only version provided as a replacement after the M2 was adopted as it works properly with either the M1 or M2. It was made by Springfield Armory, probably in the 1950s, using a light colored walnut or possibly other approved substitute. Used about fine condition. It has been lightly sanded and refinished, but everything still fits properly, unlike so many of the reworked stocks where the buttplate stands way high of the wood. Perhaps not an ideal choice for a picky restoration project, but a great choice to replace the wood on one of the hammered CMP carbines from Slobovia or wherever they found them. Remember this is not just a stripped buttstock, but a COMPLETE stock and handguard assembly with all the hardware. $95.00 (View Picture)

SMA2283 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1917 Rifles. - No cracks, 30.5 inches. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized '17 Enfield. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA2303 Operating Slide M1 Carbine - Quality Hardware Marked UN - O - This is one of the hardest replacement operating rods to find. It was made for the M1 Carbines produced by the Quality Hardware Company by Union Switch and Signal Company and is marked with UN marking. $200.00 (View Picture)

SMA2186 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1917 Rifles. - No cracks, 30 inches. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized '17 Enfield. $35.00 (View Picture)

17239 LOT OF MISCELLANEOUS SPRINGFIELD ARMORY RIFLE PARTS CIRCA 1900-1905 - These came from a pile of parts apparently sold by Springfield Armory as scrap circa 1905. Once they got tooled up for the M1903 rifles, they had no need for various parts for older models that were partially completed or even fully completed but excess to those needed as spares. This lot includes the following: (1) M1901 Springfield Experimental model rear sight base sleeve- a rough forging that has been bored to slip over the barrel, but no other operations performed; (2) M1898 Krag loading gate, about 90% completed; (3) Three Krag M1902 (or M1898?) rear sight bases- completed and blued; (4) A M1902 Krag rear sight peep stamping with no other operations performed; (5) Two Krag M1902 (or M1898, or M1903 rod bayonet?) rear sight ladders completely machined and marked (one blued and one in the white- or maybe both the same finish). Most have yucky old oil, grease and crud, but some have light or some heavy rust. We have several sets of these, and the ones in the photo are typical, so while individual pieces in each set may be better or worse, overall each lot will be in about this condition. The lot of 8 pieces for $20.00 (View Picture)

SMA2185 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1917 Rifles. - No cracks, 31 inches. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized '17 Enfield. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA2282 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1903/A3 Rifles. - No cracks, 30 inches. Cutts on left hand side grip area. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized US M1903/A3 Rifle. $20.00 (View Picture)

SMA2302 Operating Slide M1 Carbine - Winchester - This operating rod was made by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company for its M1 carbine. It is in excellent condition. $150.00 (View Picture)

12657 COLT M1911 .45 ACP "TWO-TONE" MAGAZINE - Overall VG-fine condition with most of the blue on the base. A few spots of rust or light pitting as shown in the photos. Fine to go with a gun with 60-85% original finish. The floorplate is not marked with a letter so these are probably Colt, although the lip on the floorplate looks a bit small to me, so perhaps they are REM-UMC. $95.00 (View Picture)

12656 COLT M1911 .45 ACP "TWO-TONE" MAGAZINE - Overall VG-fine condition with most of the blue on the base. A few spots of rust or light pitting as shown in the photos. Fine to go with a gun with 60-85% original finish. The floorplate is not marked with a letter so these are probably Colt, although the lip on the floorplate looks a bit small to me, so perhaps they are REM-UMC. $95.00 (View Picture)

SMA2233 Trigger Guard Set - Japanese T-99 Rifle. - Good condition. $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA2235 Magazine Box - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2237 Buttplate And Screws - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition, complete set with two screws. $20.00 (View Picture)

SMA2239 Trigger, Pin And Spring Set - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2241 Bolt Stop, Ejector And Screw Set - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition. $20.00 (View Picture)

SMA2242 Barrel Band And Screw Set - Japanese T-99 Rifle - Good condition. $25.00 (View Picture)

16048 Winchester Pre-1964 Model 12 Forend - Field grade, walnut, second type with flat bottom and 14 ribs. New old stock from an old gunsmith that closed decades ago. About perfect condition. $45.00 (View Picture)

16005 U.S. MODEL 1917 ENFIELD UPPER HANDGUARDS (LOT OF 10) - This is from a stash that was surplused out of Ogden Arsenal decades ago after they no longer needed them for overhaul of M1917 rifles. Brand new, U.S. GI surplus, never on a gun. Look like they are all walnut, but some may be one of the other species they used during WW1. None of these seem to have E/R/W markings so these may have been from a later contract. We have used dozens of these over the years, and some require a bit of hand fitting with a file or sandpaper, but are exactly how they came out of surplus. Lot of ten as shown in the photo. $25.00 (View Picture)

15323 U.S. MODEL 1903/1903A3 "SCANT" STOCK - This was from an excellent condition rifle that was disassembled probably in the 1950s and sporterized by Bubba’s grandfather. The stock was then stored for a few decades where it got covered with dirt and crud. We cleaned this up with some soap and water to remove the crud and found an excellent stock underneath. Will fit any of the U.S. Model 1903, 1903A3 rifles or if you add a bolt notch, will even fit the M1903A4 rifles. Needs a bit more cleaning and then a little stain and an oil finish and will look near new. Stock bolts a bit rusty, and there is a small piece missing along the barrel channel opposite the band spring that would be easy to repair, or barely noticeable if left alone. Otherwise excellent. No cartouches or markings. $195.00 (View Picture)

15322 U.S. MODEL 1903/1903A3 "SCANT" STOCK - This was from an excellent condition rifle that was disassembled probably in the 1950s and sporterized by Bubba’s grandfather. The stock was then stored for a few decades where it got covered with dirt and crud. We cleaned this up with some soap and water to remove the crud and found an excellent stock underneath. Will fit any of the U.S. Model 1903, 1903A3 rifles or if you add a bolt notch, will even fit the M1903A4 rifles. Needs a bit more cleaning and then a little stain and an oil finish and will look near new. Stock bolts a bit rusty, and there is a damaged area right above the bandspring that needs an easy glue or epoxy repair. Otherwise excellent. No cartouches or markings. $195.00 (View Picture)

SMA2121 Stock for Swedish Mauser - Probably for the Model 38 Swedish Mauser. Pretty good condition with a few dents and dings. Looks like it will clean up nicely. $75.00 (View Picture)

15404 JOSTAM RUBBER RECOIL PAD - Mint unissued, never installed or fitted to a gun. These were the classic early recoil pad for fine rifles, bearing patent dates of 1917 and 1931. The rubber is a bit stiff from age, but still has some “give” to it, but the bottom layer is separating from the rest of the layers and needs to be reattached (I think epoxy would work just fine). Great for restoration of a classic old sporting rifle that has a petrified or otherwise worthless pad. $29.00 (View Picture)

14617 LOT OF 8 REMINGTON BUTTPLATES - Four are metal- two with horizontal lines, one fine checkering and one coarse checkering. Other four are plastic/hard rubber, the really good one being the “REMINGTON AUTOMATIC one. Used G-Excellent condition, the lot of 8 for $25.00 (View Picture)

15251 Winchester Model 1892 “TRAPPER” Forend - From the estate of a past president of the Winchester Arms Collectors who ID’d as being for the “large magazine tube”. Overall length is 8 inches and distance from frame to the shoulder for the band is 5.5 inches. Assorted dings and a small crack in the bottom ahead of the band, but overall G-VG although the finish has been chemically stripped (but not sanded). Not for a minty bun but most trapper are pretty well used anyway. A very hard to find part! $135.00 (View Picture)

15019 U.S.M.C. HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MC-58 TRAINING RIFLE STOCK ASSEMBLY - About mint unissued, but dry and dirty from poor storage- a few tiny rust flecks on the buttplate, but rest of metal has about 99% of the light gray parkerized finish. Unsanded walnut stock has sharp DOD cartouche on the pistol grip, and maybe a few tiny storage and handling blemishes, but is close to perfect. This stock will work with the WW2 vintage H&R M65 Leatherneck training rifle as well, the only difference being the slot ahead of the trigger guard for the M1 Garand style safety. Complete with all the hardware. $125.00 (View Picture)

14982 THOMPSON SMG BUTTSTOCK- MINT UNISSUED - I think this is for the M1/M1A1 but if you need one you know what the inletting for attachment looks like. Nice quality WW2 production made of walnut. Has the reinforcing bolt with good blue finish, still covered by cosmoline. $20.00 (View Picture)

14615 LOT OF 6 BUTTPLATES (4 REMINGTON, 2 OTHER) - Remington buttplates include 1 plastic with horizontal grooves; three metal ones-- one with horizontal lines, one fine checkering and one coarse checkering. Other two are black plastic from Bishop stocks. Used VG-Excellent condition, the lot of 6 for $15.00 (View Picture)

14110 M1903A3 STOCK (SLIGHTLY BOOGERED) - Used G-VG condition. Bubba used this one for a target rifle at one time. He enlarged the trigger inletting to take a Timney type trigger, and also diddled with the stock to provide clearance for a Lyman 48 style rear sight (Post-WW2 type with the small base but still needing the alteration to the stock.) Not content with these indignities, he also glass bedded the receiver and the tip of the stock. A tiny bit of adjustment to the glass bedding might be needed to drop another action in place, but that is not hard to do. Hiarline crack in the wood between the magazine well and the trigger slot but these seldome seem to spread. Exterior would benefit from a good cleaning at least, and probably a nice refinish job. A good one to put on a shooter or for a reenactor so you won't mess up a high grade collector stock. $95.00 (View Picture)

13895 THOMPSON SUBMACHINE GUN M1/M1A1 BUTTSTOCK - Mint unissued. Nice walnut that has been in storage since WW2. $89.00 (View Picture)

13397 REMINGTON M1903A3 STOCK - Faint traces of ordnance wheel and FJA on left side. There is a more legible RIA over EB in box on the left side of the butt. Rack numbers 3444 on the right side of the butt. Traces of two circle P marks on the wrist. Overall dark brown with thick coat of dried oil and crud. This is an early stock with the pins instead of the stock bolts. Probably taken off one of the CMP "greasy Greek" rifles, but should clean up to be a pretty decent stock. Assorted minor dings and scrapes, but no big ones and not cracked or anything. $149.00 (View Picture)

10151 PLASTIC BUTTSTOCK FOR ??? - What you see is what you get. Used excellent. I think it is for a Crosman rifle, but not sure. No markings. I usually keep a lot of firewood around, but this won't burn very well, so hope you need it. $5.00 (View Picture)

10719 LOT MISC PUMP SHOTGUN PARTS - What you see is what you get, used VG- exc. One tang/trigger guard assembly and stock bolt for Remington (model 10, 17, 29??); one trigger guard assy and lower tang, and one bolt. Closeups provided of both sides of the bolt so maybe you will recognize it as exactly what you have been looking for. A wonderful deal on the whole lot for only $18.00 (View Picture)

8896 98 MAUSER GUARD SCREW LOCKING SCREWS - These are the small screw that locks the larger screw in place, and are easily lost or broken. Excellent reproductions, with the correct notch to allow removal of the larger screw without removing the small one entirely. Blued, ready to install. Two lockscrews, POSTPAID. $4.00 (View Picture)

9008 M1A1 .30 CARBINE FOLDING STOCK PARTS (REPRO) - Upper rod section only. Blued finish, used excellent. $15.00 (View Picture)

1608.45-70 Cleaning Rod- (Repro) second style (streamlined) for use in rifles starting in 1879 around 120,000. Very high quality reproduction, exact copy. Needs to be blued (even cold blue does a good job) $49.00

3519 .45-70 Trapdoor Rifle Cleaning Rod (Reproduction) Top quality with correct type grasping grooves on the small end. Blued, ready to slip into your rifle that is missing the rod. This is the later type with 'stearmlined" head as used from about 1878 (serial 120,000) and later, but often found in earlier rifles. These are correct for standard infantry rifle with 32 5/8" barrel. Can be shortened to fit cadet rifles with 29 1/2" barrels. You can get junky cheap copies, or these really nice ones that cost more. $65.00  (If you want originals, we also have those listed elsewher

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Grips

SMA2547 EARLY COLT 1911 A1 "COLT ROCK" GRIPS - These are a must have for Colt 1911A1 pistols from serial numbers 725000 to 795000. Dished back with mold number and small reinforcement ring around the screw hole. Excellent condition with some slight wear. $125.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2517 Plexiglas Grips for the T-14 Nambu Pistol. - Grips of this type are often encountered on WWII vintage pistols, these probably were made by a GI during the war, from an aircraft window. Excellent workmanship and feel. Nice item for one of the collectors who like theater made items. $35.00 (View Picture)

15553 Webley Mark I .455 revolver grips- original - Original hard rubber checkered grips for the .455 Webley Mark I revolvers. These have a chip at the bottom on both pieces as shown in the photos. Fortunately, this is in the area that is not checkered on the surface, so it would be pretty easy to build up the missing area with some epoxy with black and a tiny bit of brown dye and then shape it to fit. Replicas are available, but these are original, and repairable, complete with the screw. $85.00 (View Picture)

SMA2396 Grips Colt Medium Frame Revolver Pre-world War II - These grips were made pre-World War II. The method of securing the correct silver Colt medallion with three rivets is correct. The fine checkering is also correct for the pre-War grips. The grips show some signs of wear, but are in excellent condition. They will fit any of Colt's medium frame pistols such as the Official police or Officer's model. $110.00 (View Picture)

SMA2341 Grips For the S&W 22 Break Top Break Target Model - These grips were made by Smith and Wesson for their 22 breaktop Target revolver. The grips show signs of use with wear on the checkering and a small chip on the bottom of the right grip. These single shot pistols are hard to find, are eagerly sought after by S&W collector. Replacement grips are even harder to find. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMA2319 Original Walnut Grips for the High Standard Hd Military Pistol - Very good plus condition with no cracks and good sharp checkering. Come with a set of 4 original grip screws. $100.00 (View Picture)

SMA1672 - Slip On Grip For Large Frame Glocks. Excellent condition with finger grooves. $5.00 (View Picture)

SMA1549 - Grips - Slip On Uncle Mike For Medium Frame Glock Pistols. Used-excellent condition. $5.00 (View Picture)

SMA1550 - Grips - Slip On Pachmayr For Small Frame Glock Pistols. Used-excellent condition. $5.00 (View Picture)

SMA1423 - Grips, Pachmayer For Beretta Mod 92. Good condition, showing some wear. $10.00 (View Picture)

SMA1248 - Grips Pachamyr Presentation. Fits T/C Contender. New condition with box. $10.00 (View Picture)


Sniper Stuff

17288 SCARCE M1 CARBINE “SNOOPERSCOPE” ORIGINAL MOUNTING BAR AND BARREL CLAMP ASSEMBLY- COMPLETE - The infrared scope was the first of the U.S. technological innovations that allowed us to “fight at night” and they were successfully used by snipers to break up enemy attacks at night. Although range was a modest 135 yards, this was about 125 yards farther than the enemy could see. These were the forerunners of the later “starlight” and “night vision” devices used in Vietnam and up to the present. (See a neat display on this subject at http://ugca.org/07jan/night.htm) These mounting bar assemblies are nearly impossible to find loose, and most of the “20,000 Volt Set Number 1” Infrared Sniperscope sets we have seen were missing this vital part. The initial infrared scopes used during the closing days of WW2 were mounted on the “T3” Carbines, which had receivers specifically made for mounting the infrared scope which used a system similar to the Redfield Junior mounts. However, it was quickly decided that the Army would be better off dropping the T3 program and using a method which allowed infrared scopes to be issued [by the Engineer Corps which handled electronic devices] with a few special parts which would then allow the scope to be installed at the field level on the M1 or M2 carbines in the hands of the unit. When so modified with an infrared scope these were designated at “Carbine Caliber .30 M3” (causing endless confusion among collectors between the T3 and M3.) The conversion involved field stripping the carbine, removing the adjustable rear sight, and installing the mounting bar with one end in the sight dovetail. The other end was supported by a clamp around the barrel with an attachment screw which stuck up through a handguard with a large hole in it for that purpose. In addition, the front grip assembly, with the trigger switch for the IR illumination lamp, would be installed on the forend and three mounting screws installed after drilling of three holes in the bottom of the forend. If the mounting bar and other special parts were removed and the rear sight reinstalled, then the carbine reverted to its original “M1” designation. This mounting bar assembly is a genuine U.S. military part, complete with all the screws and about 98-99% original dark gray-black parkerized finish, with just a few minor scuffs or scrapes from storage and handling. Last one of these we had was at least 10 years ago. This is a critical part for assembling a M3 carbine with a snooper scope, so it might be a good investment in case you find a nice scope and crate that is missing the mount assembly. $325.00 (View Picture)

14846 U.S. SNIPER SPOTTING SCOPE TRIPOD M15 AND M42A1 CARRYING CASE - Case is marked Case, Carrying M42A1 and MRT. Canvas body with nylon strap and greenish buff leather tip. Case has the usual scuffing and small punctures but is overall fine or better. Tripod is excellent plus, with about 85-90% of the original OD paint. Paint has chipped and flaked off some of the hardware that was plated prior to painting. The M15 tripod is virtually unchanged from WW2 to the present, although made by various contractors and minor details help date them. No data plate on this one, and my guess is that it is Vietnam era, but would look correct for any sniper scope use back to WW2. These were also used by military shooting programs, but are hard to find from any period, especially with a carrying case. $149.00 (View Picture)

SMA2580 LYMAN ALASKAN SCOPE (M1903A4 FILLER) - Serial number 33345. Excellent optics. about 95% original blue finish. This looks just like the military M81/M82 scopes used on the M1903A4 and M1C/M1D sniper rifles, except the later M81/82 has a sun shield over the front of the scope, and different markings. Ready to mount on your M1903A4 as an affordable substitute for the GI scope. This has the dot reticule. $350.00 (View Picture)

3363 M1903A4/M1C Sniper Rifle Scope Case - OD canvas case M65 with snap on the flap. M1910 belt hook on back. These were used with M1903A4 rifles with any scope, or with M1C sniper rifles. Stencil markings on front- Case, Carrying/ M65 and on the back MRT August 1951. Unissued but belt hook rusty and may have stained adjacent canvas on the back. Some in Kraft/foil storage bags with Frankford Ordnance Depot label, and some with 1952 dated label as well. Will provide your choice of wrapped or unwrapped if possible. $49.00 (View Picture)

22829 SPOTTING SCOPE TRIPOD- WW2 SNIPER STYLE - Nearly identical to the type of tripods used by Scout-Sniper teams during WW2, except this one has the added option of being able to remove the top of the cradle assembly while it is still attached to the scope, and then quickly replaced when moving from one location to another. This is the civilian market version with flashy chrome plated hardware instead of being painted OD as on the military versions. This one is used, and had one of the cast aluminum legs break, since repaired with JB Weld or similar and fine for display, or gentle use. This would be a good one to spray paint OD and use for WW2 through Vietnam era living history or display use until you can find a genuine military used mount. Cheap! $35.00 (View Picture)

23021 KOLLMORGEN "BEAR CUB" 4-X SCOPE - Very similar to the USMC 4XD model used on the MC1952 sniper rifles. Main difference is that the USMC scope has external adjustment knobs, while this has the standard hunting style knobs covered with caps. Excellent clear optics, made in Northampton, Mass by Kollmorgen who also makes submarine periscopes. 1" diameter body. About 99% of the greenish-gray-black anodized finish remains. A couple of scrapes or scratches. Great scope to use, or as a filler for a sniper. $145.00 (View Picture)

20401 WEAVER 330S TELESCOPE (SIMILAR TO THE M73B1 USED ON M1903A4 SNIPER RIFLES) - Standard Weaver 330S with the “silent” adjusting knobs. The military version was the 330C with the “click” adjustment knobs that were cylindrical and has serrations around the top with a small flat spring to keep them from moving on their own. Fine as a filler on a M1903A4 if you cannot find (or afford) an original M73B1 scope, or for a replica put together for reenactor use. Externally this is a great looking scope, except for some spots where the finish has been lost, but they could be touched up with some cold blue. Good optics and has the standard cross hair style reticule. $149.00 (View Picture)

22301 M1913 WARNER SWASEY SNIPER SCOPE ADJUSTING TOOL - An exact copy of the extrememly scarce adjusting tool issued with each of the Model 1913 Warner Swasey sniper scopes used with M1903 Springfields. I have only seen one original tool ever and was glad to find this to offer to our customers. $25.00 (View Picture)

22188 RARE WW2 SNIPER OBSERVATION TELESCOPE M48 - In the early days of WW2 there were two competing commercial spotting scope designs that were adopted as military standard, primarily for use for the observer or spotter of the two man sniper team. The first scope was the Bausch & Lomb “NRA Model” which was designated the “Telescope, Observation, M48.” All available commercial scopes were purchased and placed into service, and later wartime production included a nomenclature plate as with most military gear. The other was a slightly better scope designated the “Telescope, Observation, M49” and this latter remained in service with snipers until at least the end of the 20th Century, and may still be in use. We have had about a dozen of these in recent years. Use of the M48 scopes seems to have ended at the end of WW2, and they are very scarce on the surplus market, and I had only seen one other prior to acquiring this one. This is one of the early commercial scopes as purchased off the shelf, or possibly not military used, but identical to those which were. About 98% of the exterior crackle painted finish remains. Excellent optics, and sun shade operates smoothly. No caps for either end. These were usually carried in a sturdy leather case (which we do not have). While they could be used with the same Tripod, M15 as issued with the M49 scopes, the M48 was initially issued with a “Tripod, M14” which was similar but featured a ball type swivel joint for aiming adjustment. We have never seen one of those tripods. For the collector of U.S. military sniper stuff, here is an extremely rare scope. $525.00 (View Picture)

19931 VIETNAM ERA ART II SNIPER SCOPE CARRYING CASE - Heavy cast resin construction, ugly green color, "ART II" molded into the lid. Stainless steel latches. OD web strapping on the back. Web is set up to take M1956 belt hooks, but none installed (as has been the case with all of the 6 or 8 of these I have seen over the years.) Used good-very good except for a gray epoxy repair near the bottom of the case. Black rubber gasket for the lid is present and both luggage latches that hold the lid closed. Believe there should also be round rubber pads inside to cushion the front and rear lenses, but none present. Okay for display as is, or the gray patch could be touched up with some paint. Once merely scarce, these Vietnam era sniper cases are very seldom seen any more. $195.00 (View Picture)

19932 -VIETNAM ERA ART II SNIPER SCOPE CARRYING CASE - Heavy cast resin construction, ugly green color, "ART II" molded into the lid. Stainless steel latches. OD web strapping on the back. Web is set up to take M1956 belt hooks, but none installed (as has been the case with all of the 6 or 8 of these I have seen over the years.) Used good except for some missing parts. Black rubber gasket for the lid is missing, and one of the two luggage latches that hold the lid closed. The screw holes for the latch were stripped but have been epoxy filled ready to have a new latch installed. Believe there should also be round rubber pads inside to cushion the front and rear lenses, but none present. Okay for display as is, or could be restored. Once merely scarce, these are very seldom seen any more. $125.00 (View Picture)

17664 M84 SNIPER SCOPE FOR M1903A4, M1C, M1D, M14 - U.S. issue, not one of the Danish versions. Has data plate, TELESCOPE/M84/Serail No. 10061. About 97-98% original blue on the scope body with just a few scratches or scrapes and a couple of minor specks of surface rust that should clean off. Sunshade on end may be a replacement, with about 75% thinning blue that looks touched up, but these are often missing entirely. No rubber eyepiece. Post and horizontal crosshair reticle. Optics look good, but have a bunch of dirt/condensation/crud or something internally. Getting hard to find these anymore. $650.00 (View Picture)

16850 WEAVER 330S TELESCOPE (SIMILAR TO THE M73B1 USED ON M1903A4 SNIPER RIFLES) WITH POST RETICULE - Standard Weaver 330S with the “silent” adjusting knobs. The military version was the 330C with the “click” adjustment knobs that were cylindrical and has serrations around the top with a small flat spring to keep them from moving on their own. Fine as a filler on a M1903A4 if you cannot find (or afford) an original M73B1 scope, or for a replica put together for reenactor use. Externally this is a pretty good looking except for some scrapes and scratches that could be blended in with a few drops of cold blue. This one has the post reticule, while the M73B1 military version had the common crosshairs. Good optics but a bit dirty. $175.00 (View Picture)

16773 a- WW2 era carrying case for M49 spotting scope used by sniper teams - This is the “Case, Carrying M53A1 7693003” which was made using a resin impregnated cloth type material for the body with wooden top and bottom pieces covered with similar stuff, and four wood like guides for a carrying strap. These were not real durable and are seldom encountered. They were later replaced by sturdier designs although similar in shape and general design. This is the first time we have found any of these early cases loose, and first we have seen with or without the M49 scope in at least five years. This is the best of the four we found, with good markings and hinge and snaps not rusty, good rubber pad in the cover. However, one of the strap guides is broken. This is for the case shown in the photos (Sorry, no scopes available.) $195.00 (View Picture)

16772 b- WW2 era carrying case for M49 spotting scope used by sniper teams - This is the “Case, Carrying M53A1 7693003” which was made using a resin impregnated cloth type material for the body with wooden top and bottom pieces covered with similar stuff, and four wood like guides for a carrying strap. These were not real durable and are seldom encountered. They were later replaced by sturdier designs although similar in shape and general design. This is the first time we have found any of these early cases loose, and first we have seen with or without the M49 scope in at least five years. This is middle condition of the four we found, with good markings on the cap. The hinge and snaps are slightly rusty, and the rubber pad in the cover is good and all of the strap guides are okay. This is for the case shown in the photos (Sorry, no scopes available.) $175.00 (View Picture)

16771 c- WW2 era carrying case for M49 spotting scope used by sniper teams - This is the “Case, Carrying M53A1 7693003” which was made using a resin impregnated cloth type material for the body with wooden top and bottom pieces covered with similar stuff, and four wood like guides for a carrying strap. These were not real durable and are seldom encountered. They were later replaced by sturdier designs although similar in shape and general design. This is the first time we have found any of these early cases loose, and first we have seen with or without the M49 scope in at least five years. This is a bit lower than average condition for the four we found. No markings visible on the cap. The two snaps are a bit rusty, and the rubber pad in the cover is dried and cracked and dirty. Two of the strap guides are damaged or broken. This is for the case shown in the photos (Sorry, no scopes available.) $150.00 (View Picture)

13810 REDFIELD JR. SCOPE RINGS-- 7/8" SEMI-SPLIT (1903A4 TYPE) - Type used with the M81 or M82 scopes on the M1903A4 rifles when they were installed to replace the M73B1 (Weaver 330C) types originally delivered by Remington. These are military issue rings, with gray parkerized finish. These will also fit the Lyman Alaskan scopes (identical to the M81/M82 except for markings and the use of sun shades onteh front of most of the military scopes). Mint unissued, one pair consisting of one front and one rear ring. Extremely hard to find any more. $225.00 (View Picture)

16770 d- WW2 era carrying case for M49 spotting scope used by sniper teams - This is the “Case, Carrying M53A1 7693003” which was made using a resin impregnated cloth type material for the body with wooden top and bottom pieces covered with similar stuff, and four wood like guides for a carrying strap. These were not real durable and are seldom encountered. They were later replaced by sturdier designs although similar in shape and general design. This is the first time we have found any of these early cases loose, and first we have seen with or without the M49 scope in at least five years. This is the least good of the four we found, with faint markings on the cap. The hinge and snaps are very rusty, and the rubber pad in the cover is dried and cracked and dirty. Two of the strap guides are damaged or broken. This is for the case shown in the photos (Sorry, no scopes available.) $125.00 (View Picture)

SMA1903 - GERMAN TELESCOPE- FILLER FOR A SNIPER RIFLE(?) Kahles - Wein H/26 2X - 6X Rifle Scope. The Kahles line of premium Austrian-made telescopic sights are among the finest in the world, along with Zeiss and Svavorski. These high-grade scopes were made with nitrogen filled tubes and a choice of reticules, alloy or steel tubes and coated lens. This scope is in excellent condition with beautiful clear optics, and showing only slight finish wear. Reticule is the 4 post with cross hair type. An excellent choice for use on a high quality European sporter. $550.00 (View Picture)

12107 Infrared "Snooperscope" for M1 Carbine (incomplete scope only) - This is an excellent body of a "snooperscope" but missing many components and probably what is here is not in working order. Still, a good filler until you want to invest in a complete working unit (or can find one!). Officially called "Sniperscope, Infrared, set No. 1, 20,000 volt" these were made circa 1951 and were mounted on M1 or M2 carbines in the field. This is just the scope body and the support for the light source. Some internal parts are missing, and the light reflector assembly, the wiring harness and electrical connectors and knobs etc. are missing. This is from a contract dated 8/31/1950 by American Optical. The scope is serial number M3.4698.50. The light source IR filter glass is fine, but the IR coating has peeled and split. The Redfield style mounting bar is intact on the bottom of the unit (not to be confused with the long bar which is more or less permanently attached to the carbine.) Every serious carbine collector needs one of these, the first widely used U.S. military night sniping unit. Primitive as it was, it allowed shots out to about 135 yards, which was a major breakthrough for that time, but pretty poor compared to today's night vision devices which do not need the tell tale infrared source. While not a complete set, it is an excellent start towards one and can be the centerpiece of a carbine display. $225.00 (View Picture)

E83. USMC-SNIPER Scope instructions:
UNERTL SCOPE INSTRUCTIONS. Photocopy of ultra-rare USMC operating instructions sheet issued with 8X scopes used on ’03 Springfields in WW2 and Korea
STITH-KOLLMORGEN TELESCOPIC SIGHT MODEL 4XD-USMC manual, 6 pp 4" x 5 ¾" with cover. Photocopy of ultra-rare original for the Marine Corps MC-1 or MC1952 version of the M1C sniper rifle.
(SPECIAL- both USMC sniper scope instructions $12.00 postpaid)

 6527 GRIFFIN & HOWE BASE - Should fit both the military and commercial G&H mounts. Has typical holes for attachment with three screws and two taper pins. Receiver side is flat but prior owner has filed a rounded groove to better fit on a round receiver. Stake marks on outside by screw holes. Great for someone who wants one to use, but maybe not ideal for a super high end restoration project. $75.00 (View Picture)

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Barrels- Military and Commercial

**NEW ADDITION** 23321 TWO CHUNKS OF FRENCH MANNLICHER BERTHIER BARRELS - What you see is what you get. Two muzzle pieces about 9 inches long cut from French Model 1907 or similar Mannlicher Berthier rifles. About 95% blue on both. Front sight complete on one, but not the other. Bores VG-excellent but dirty. Loads of uses for these- make into a holder for your snail roasting bayonet; turn into pistol barrels; tent stakes; miniature cannon barrels, ballast for your neighbor’s cat’s swimming practice…. Both for only $12.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 19086 .30 CALIBER BARREL - 20 INCHES LONG - This is a barrel that was on a M1903A4 sniper rifle that got sporterized by Bubba. Barrel was nicely cut to 20 inches, and polished and blued. Bore is two groove, but fine to excellent. To ease removal from the M1903A4 receiver, a hacksaw was used to make a cut just forward of the shoulder that butts up against he receiver ring, which is a common trick to relieve the pressure there if you are not planning to re-use the barrel. This would be a good candidate to practice lathe skills on, turn down for some rebarreling project, or use as a jack handle. CHEAP! $15.00 (View Picture)

19957 WINCHESTER LEE NAVY 6mm RIFLE BARREL (cut to 24") - I bought an education from Rock Island Auctions a few years ago. They had a Winchester Model 1895 Lee U.S. Navy 6mm rifle that looked fairly decent. I placed am absentee maximum bid, and just my luck, I won the item (at my maximum bid, no less…, reportedly an amazing coincidence for absentee bidders). When delivered, it turns out that the barrel was not the issue 28 inch length, but had been cut to 24 ¼” and the stock shortened accordingly, but not mentioned in the catalog description. However, the “bold print” did not mention anything about being all original, so basically the buyer (me!) was stuck with it. Like I say, I bought an education. Since then, I have acquired a replacement barrel and am working on stretching the stock to restore it to the correct (albeit restored) configuration, and will end up selling it someday. What is for sale here is the barrel cut to 24.25 inches. Bore is rough, but no one has any 6mm ammo to shoot so who cares. The civilian sporting version of the Lee straight pull DID have a 24 inch barrel, so this could be used to restore one of those that some idiot boogered. Note the notch filed on the bottom of the barrel for the upper band screw clearance which might have to be filled if you want to use it on a sporter model. Too good to throw away, and a wonderful find for some poor soul desperate for a barrel to use, but priced CHEAP at $25.00 (View Picture)

22186 U.S. M60 MACHINE GUN BARREL ASSEMBLY- COMPLETE - This is a used G-VG M60 barrel assembly complete with the sight, gas system and bipod. Good bore. The mounting bracket for the right bipod leg has a small piece chipped out of it that provides the shoulder to the catch to lock the bipod in the up or down position. A little bit of weld could fix that up (see photos), but for most purposes it is okay as is. Retains most of the parkerized finish, but needs a good cleaning after long storage. Great as a spare for a legally registered live gun, or for building up a dummy M60 for display purposes. (We have some other M60 parts listed elsewhere). Complete barrel assembly for $295.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2496 Early Colt US Military 1911A Barrel Circa 1913 - This is barrel is marked with a Gothic “P” (No serifs) on the rear of the barrel hood and a Gothic “H” (No serifs) on the area visible through the ejection port. These markings identify it as dating from around 1913. The barrel is in very good to excellent condition, it has a bright bore with strong lands and grooves. The outside finish on the barrel shows normal wear. $350.00 (View Picture)

22157 M1903 SPRINGFIELD BARREL SA 8-32- NICE BORE - This is a near excellent M1903 Springfield barrel made at Springfield Armory in August 1932, when quality was at its peak. Someone has removed the front and rear sight bases. Bore is excellent, bright and strong, and external Parkerizing is pretty good. Nice for a restoration project. $165.00 (View Picture)

7191 M1 GARAND BARREL- MINT UNISSUED IN THE WRAP- S-A 5-51 - New old stock still in the original wrapping, opened just enough to check the date. Made at Springfield Armory in May 1951. Perfect for that restoration project you have now...or will in the future whenyou will wish you had grabbed this when it was available. First new GI barrel we have had in many years. $350.00 (View Picture)

22667 REMINGTON MODEL 513T .22 TARGET RIFLE BARREL- NO SIGHT - What you see is what you get. One Remington 513T target rifle barrel with about 96-97% original blue finish. Excellent bore. These are about 27 inches long. Pulled from excellent condition military .22 training rifles prior to demilitarization, or perhaps just new old stock barrels. The 513T was usually serial numbered on the bottom of the barrel, just ahead of the forend tip, but this barrel has NO NUMBER, nor signs that one was ever applied. This has the factory drilled, tapped and plugged holes for scope blocks. No front sight, although the dovetail is there. Great for that restoration of a 513T that Bubba butchered for his kids, or a prime barrel for a project where you want to rebarrel some other rifle. $95.00 (View Picture)

22666 REMINGTON MODEL 513T .22 TARGET RIFLE BARREL - What you see is what you get. One Remington 513T target rifle barrel with about 97% original blue finish. Excellent bore. These are about 27 inches long. Pulled from excellent condition military .22 training rifles prior to demilitarization, or perhaps just new old stock barrels. The 513T was usually serial numbered on the bottom of the barrel, just ahead of the forend tip, but this barrel has NO NUMBER, nor signs that one was ever applied. This has the factory drilled, tapped and plugged holes for scope blocks. Front sight is in place. Great for that restoration of a 513T that Bubba butchered for his kids, or a prime barrel for a project where you want to rebarrel some other rifle. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMA2456 Barrel & Bushing 1911a1 Colt Goldcup National Match - This is a barrel and bushing from a Colt Goldcup National Match pistol. Barrel is in excellent condition with a mirror bright bore. Would make an excellent barrel for a custom shooter. $250.00 (View Picture)

20582 M1 GRAND BARREL- MINT UNISSUED SA 4-52 - Made at Springfield Armory in April 1952. Absolutely flat brand new, mint unissued, still in the original military cosmoline and wrapping. Wrapping opened only enough to check the maker and date, as shown in the photo. Perfect for a restoration project needing a barrel with this date. New original barrels have about vanished from the market, and today you are pretty much limited to whatever someone pulled off of a rifle for some reason. $350.00 (View Picture)

17079 M1 Garand Rifle Barrel (SA-12-43) - Used, fair to poor condition, but okay for making a dummy or drill rifle or some other project. This is a take off from a Blue Sky import that someone filed off the import marks and covered the area with cold blue, but it won’t fool anyone. Bore is dark with breech bore gage reading of 5+ and the muzzle gage gets swallowed entirely so it is looser than a politician’s spending habits $25.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2304 Barrel S&W Victory - 4 Inch. - This barrel is a replacement barrel for Smith & Wesson Victory Model chambered for the 38 Special cartridge. Victory Models were chambered for 38 Special and 38 S&W cartridge. Those sent to Great Britain were chambered for the 38 S&W cartridge. Those used by the U.S. Navy were chambered for 38 Special. The barrel has about 98% of its original parkerized finish. The bore is bright with sharp riflings. $75.00 (View Picture)

15009 WINCHESTER WINCHOKE CHOKE TUBE- 12 GA IMPROVED CYLINDER - Genuine Winchester manufacture, new old stock, never used. In the factory plastic container with instructions. 12 GA Improved Cylinder choke. If you want more than one, we may have more, just ask. $15.00 (View Picture)

15006 WINCHESTER WINCHOKE CHOKE TUBE- 20 GA IMPROVED CYLINDER - Genuine Winchester manufacture, new old stock, never used. In the factory plastic container with instructions. 20 GA Improved Cylinder choke. If you want more than one, we may have more, just ask. $15.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2228 Barrel Japan T-38 Carbine(?) - This barrel appears to fit a Japanese Type 38 carbine. The caliber is 6.5mm, and the rear sight is the usual Japanese sight as is the front sight. The bluing would rate at 95% or better. The bore is bright and the riflings are sharp. We acquired it from the estate of local collector who loved to put together difficult to find guns from parts as hobby. We suspect it was to be one of his project guns, but he never got around to it. $125.00 (View Picture)

7104 M1 GARAND- TWO GROOVE BARREL - Neat oddity for the Garand collector who has nearly everything else and is now reduced to accumulating trivia, trinkets, and the most unusual. Back in the 1960s and 70s before Garands began to hit the surplus market, most were cobbled together using salvaged or improvised parts. Receivers were often "rewelds" of demilled guns. Barrels were scarce, so some ingenious souls would use about 6 inches of the rear of a real M1 barrel, and use that as a stub for a new barrel using a two groove M1903A3 barrel which would be turned to the proper dimensions. This example has all the machining done, but has not been refinished. Portion of the original spline for the 03A3 sight can be seen in one of the spline cuts for the gas cylinder. Stub portion has somewhat pitted exterior, but excellent bore. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SHOOTING, but sold as a collector item only. $85.00 (View Picture)

SMA1420 - Ten Inch Thompson Center Contender Barrel Chambered in 7MM TC/U. Excellent condition with a few small wear marks. Bore is bright and shiny with strong lands and grooves. Comes complete with adjustable sights. $125.00 (View Picture)

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Magazines (clips)- Military & Commercial

Sorry, we can not ship high capacity magazines to residents of the Peoples Republic of Kalifornia or other places run by idiots until you elect new politicians who repeal your stupid laws.

SMA2471 Magazine Nazi Marked P-38 Spreewerk. - Excellent condition marked ``P.38`` on the side and marked on the back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector`s mark on P-38 Magazines produced at Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia, eagle over ``706``, and with the German ordinance code for Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia (P-38 Magazines) ``jvd``. $125.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2498 Magazine Nazi Marked P-38 Mauser. - Excellent condition marked ``P.38`` on the side and marked on the back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector`s mark on arms produced at Mauser Werke AG, Oberndorf am Neckar, Germany, eagle over 135. $125.00 (View Picture)

20446 BRITISH .22 LEE ENFIELD TRAINING RIFLE MAGAZINE - Used with the scarce .22 rimfire Lee Enfield training rifle Model 1914 (not the “pattern .1914” .303 rifle, but a conversions of the early .303 SMLE rifles), and the relatively common .22 Rifle No. 2 Mark IV* rifles made beginning in 1921, sometimes converted from old No. 1 Mark III .303 rifles and sometimes purpose made, especially in Australia. This is simply the regular .303 SMLE magazine with the follower and spring removed, and the body marked “.22” and used as an empty case for the fired .22 cases to drop into. This is a correct original .22 magazine body, properly marked and ready to slip into your rifle if it is missing the magazine, or someone switched a .303 magazine over the years. $45.00 (View Picture)

SMA2472 Magazine Nazi Marked P-38 Spreewerk. - Excellent condition marked ``P.38`` on the side and marked on the back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector`s mark on P-38 Magazines produced at Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia, eagle over ``706``, and with the German ordinance code for Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia (P-38 Magazines) ``jvd``. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMA2479 Magazine Walther Banner P.38 - This is a modern production magazine for P.38 and P.1 pistols. Quality and condition are excellent. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA2497 Magazine P-38 Parkerized. - Magazine is in excellent condition. Finish is typical late war German gray Parkerization type. Magazine is un-marked. We believe this to be late war German. $125.00 (View Picture)

21251 WINCHESTER MODEL 52 .22 CALIBER 5 ROUND MAGAZINE (EARLY- with 1919 Patent date) - Original Winchester factory made, not one of the aftermarket copies. Used VG-fine. The same magazine was used with the Model 52, 57, 69, 69A and 75. With the 1919 patent date this would be correct for any of the early (pre- WW2?) rifles of these models. Shipping is only $3.00 on this- One magazine for $40.00 (View Picture)

21096 WINCHESTER MODEL 52 .22 CALIBER 5 ROUND MAGAZINE (also for Models 57, 69, 69A and 75) - Original Winchester factory made, not one of the aftermarket copies. Gently used but could almost pass for new. The same magazine was used with the Model 52, 57, 69, 69A and 75. Shipping is only $3.00 on this- One magazine for $35.00 (View Picture)

20437 REMINGTON MODEL 513T .22 CALIBER 5 ROUND MAGAZINE (ALSO FOR 511, 521 and Nylon 11) - Original Remington factory made, not one of the aftermarket copies. Gently used but could almost pass for new. Shipping is only $3.00 on this- One magazine for $35.00 (View Picture)

22223 Japanese Type 14 8mm Nambu magazine- original - Very good condition and guaranteed original early WWII Japanese T-14 Nambu pistol magazine with nickeled body and aluminum base that is all complete and functional. Serial number 393. Tough to find these any more. $125.00 (View Picture)

20565 BAR (BROWNING AUTOMATIC RIFLE) 20 ROUND MAGAZINE (GRADE II) - Used fair to good condition with about 50-70% original finish mixed with bare metal and patina. The Grade II magazines have surface rust and/or dents in the magazine that may (or may not) interfere with reliable feeding. Original U.S. military manufacture. Great for filling the pockets on your BAR belt. Price for ONE magazine $15.00 (View Picture)

23272 U.S MILITARY 9MM BERETTA M9 PISTOL HIGH CAPACITY MAGAZINE - Used excellent plus with 98% original dark gray perkerized finish remaining. Made by Check-Mate with military part number etc stamped in them. $20.00 (View Picture)

18574 M1 CARBINE 15 ROUND MAGAZINES (LOT OF 2) WEAK SPRINGS - These look just like excellent to new condition US GI magazines, but they lack the usual maker codes and the follower springs are too weak to function, so they are repros from somewhere. Fine for display, or for cutting down to smaller capacity to meet goofy laws in some areas. These are also great ones to use for making a display mount for one or more carbines- just remove the floorplate and spring and insert a piece of wood (oak 1” x 2” is near perfect fit) and either attaché a cross brace on the bottom or inert it into a slotted base of some sort. (examples at http://ugca.org/07jan/night.htm) NOTE- 15-round M1 Carbine magazines cannot be sent to residents of California, Massachusetts, or New York. Lot of two aftermarket 15 round magazines with weak follower springs $12.00 (View Picture)

23170 STEN 9MM SMG MAGAZINE - Used excellent. Standard 32 round magazine used with the STEN guns. Original British military issue. Have several. Price for one is only $18.00 (View Picture)

23147 LOT OF 3 STEN SMG MAGAZINES- PARKERIZED THIN LIGHT GRAY - Used excellent. Standard 32 round magazine used with the STEN guns. Original British military issue. Lot of three shown in the photos for only $55.00 (View Picture)

23134 Lot of 3 30 round Thompson SMG 30 round magazines made by Seymour - Used fine to excellent, all made by Seymour. One near perfect and one with two shallow dents taht do not interfere with functioning, and other with some finish wear from rubbign against a snap in a mag pouch. The lot of 3 for $115.00 (View Picture)

22998 WINCHESTER 5 ROUND MAGAZINE FOR MODEL 52, 69, 75 .22 CALIBER RIFLES - This is the same item used all of Winchester’s detachable box magazine .22 caliber rifles in the Model 52, Model 69 and Model 75 series. About 95-97% blue finish remains. $55.00 (View Picture)

22997 WINCHESTER 5 ROUND MAGAZINE FOR THE EARLY MODEL 52 RIFLES - This is the same mechanically as the clips later used with all of Winchester’s detachable box magazine .22 caliber rifles in the Model 52, Model 69 and Model 75 series. However, this is a very early one that includes “PAT. NOV 25, 1919” as part of the markings on the bottom, consistent with the introduction of the Model 52, so this really should go with one of those. About 95% blue finish remains. $75.00 (View Picture)

SMA2459 Magazine Walther Banner P.38 - This is a modern production magazine for P.38 and P.1 pistols. Quality and condition are excellent. $50.00 (View Picture)

SMA2510 Magazine for the Browning High Power Pistol - This is a modern production magazine in very good condition with 95+ percent finish and some slight wear on the high spots. $45.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMM2447 Early M1911Two-Tone Magazine. - The right magazine for early Colt 1911 pistols. Very good condition with good 2 tone colors. This is just the thing to complete an early Colt 1911. $125.00 (View Picture)

22180 7.62 x 39mm Stripper clips- lot of 32- mint, unissued - What you see is what you get. Used with the SKS rifles and also for loading AK-47 type magazines with an adaptor. Lot of 32, as shown in the photo. $7.00 (View Picture)

20556 BAR (BROWNING AUTOMATIC RIFLE) 20 ROUND MAGAZINE - Used good condition with about 50-70% original finish mixed with bare metal and patina. May have very minor dings or dents which will not interfere with functioning. Original U.S. military manufacture. Great for filling the pockets on your BAR belt, or for use with a semi or select fire BAR and not scratching up your minty magazine. Price for ONE magazine $18.00 (View Picture)

20491 M1 CARBINE 10 ROUND STRIPPER CLIPS (LOT OF 12) - Just enough to refill one bandoleer. Used, good to excellent condtion. Lot of 12 for $12.00 (View Picture)

20490 MAGAZINE FOR .50 CALIBER SPOTTING RIFLE M8 - Used excellent. The semi-auto .50 caliber M8 Spotting rifels were used for sighting the 105mm or 106mm Recoilless Rifles. The special cartridges (shorter than the .50 BMG round) were matched to the trajectory of the bigger gun so that they gunner could rapidly fire the spotting rifle until they were on target wihtout revealing their position. Then theywould fire ther recoilless rifle, and the huge backblast from that would reveal their position, making it a good idea to get away before the enemy fired back! $125.00 (View Picture)

20286 M1 GARAND CLIPS (12 EACH) - 12 US GI M1 Garand clips, used excellent to new condition. Enough to fill two bandoleers or one cartridge belt (with two left over) $18.00 (View Picture)

19951 M1 CARBINE- 15 ROUND MAGAZINE- MINT UNISSUED IN ORIGINAL WRAPPING - Genuine U.S. military contract items, still in the original WW2 wrapping. Not sure of makers. Have total of eight, with six in the red cellophane wrapping and two in brown paper wrap. No markings on the packaging (which was only done on the cardboard cartons holding 100 magazines). Nice for display with the rest of your “one of everything” carbine collection. Will not ship to anyone in states run by idiots who ban magazines larger than 10 rounds- flee to freedom and we can do business then. Price for ONE magazine- will honor request for type of wrapping if still available when you order. $45.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2372 Magazine Cz 27 - Excellent condition with the correct wartime CZ markings on the bottom. These are hard to find. $65.00 (View Picture)

18206 BRITISH .55 CALIBER BOYES ANTI TANK RIFLE STRIPPER CLIP - One empty five round tripper clip. The Boys anti-tank rifle was used by the British early in WW2, but was obsolete by late 1942. However, a few of the Boys Anti-Tank rifles were used by the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific, so you can make a stretch and claim these belong in your collection of U.S. military rifle ammunition. Note that the “small” cartridge in the photo is a .30-06 for size comparison. One stripper clip for $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2320 EXCELLENT! - Early Original Two-Tone Magazine for the High Standard Hd Military - The right magazine for vintage High Standard HD Military pistols. Excellent - almost like new condition with good 2 tone colors. We have never offered a better magazine than this one. It is just the thing to complete that HD Military in your collection. $100.00 (View Picture)

SMA1670 - Magazine Glock Brand For The Glock 22 10 Round. Drop-Free type. Used but in excellent condition. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA1684 - High Capacity Magazine for the Ruger P-89. 9MM, blue, excellent condition. $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA1678 - Magazine Glock 27 $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA1677 - Magazine Walther PPK 380. Walther brand, stainless steel with finger rest. Very good condition with a little wear. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA1669 - Magazine Glock Brand For The Glock 22 10 Round. Drop-Free type. Used but in excellent condition. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA1430 - Magazine Hi-capacity. Fits the Baby Eagle. Excellent condition. $45.00 (View Picture)

3689 High Standard Model B .22 Pistol Magazine - 10 shot. Used good, Original HS production. small dent near bottom on left side that does not interfere with function. Most blue finish remains, but some blotchy discoloration. $40.00

SMA1360 - Hi Capacity (15 round) Magazine for the SIG P-226. Quality metal magazine, excellent condition, not SIG marked. $45.00 (View Picture)

SMA1260 - Magazine Walther. Fits PP or PPK-S 380. Excellent condition. $35.00 (View Picture)

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Sights, Scopes, Mounts & Bases, Binoculars, etc.

SMA2580 LYMAN ALASKAN SCOPE (M1903A4 FILLER) - Serial number 33345. Excellent optics. about 95% original blue finish. This looks just like the military M81/M82 scopes used on the M1903A4 and M1C/M1D sniper rifles, except the later M81/82 has a sun shield over the front of the scope, and different markings. Ready to mount on your M1903A4 as an affordable substitute for the GI scope. This has the dot reticule. $350.00 (View Picture)

22662 U.S. KRAG .30-40 RIFLE REAR SIGHT- MODEL 1901 - Used excellent condition. Krag sights are often found with the ladders missing or broken, so here is a chance to replace your damaged rear sight. This model only works with the handguards made for he Model 1901 sights, so be sure you have the right on (or send us a photo and we will be able to tell which model you need). About 80% blue finish remains, turning plum, this will look great on any but a really minty rifle. Sight only- no mounting screws available. $55.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2555 VINTAGE LEUPOLD 2X M8 TELECOPE - This is a long eye relief design made specifically for mounting on pistols where its eye relief of 8 to 18 inches is suitable. This takes 1 inch rings and a set of Weaver style rings are included. Overall length about 8.5 inches and weight 7.25 ounces. This model was made circa 1965 to 1978 and was popular for use with the innovative Remington XP-100 single shot bolt action pistol, and other handguns of the era. Superb optics and exterior has only the tiniest traces of any wear or use. A nice find for the collector, or the shooter looking for Leupold’s proven quality at a reasonable price. (Note $50 discount on this scope if purchased with the XP-100 we are posting at the same time on the Collector Handguns page) $165.00 (View Picture)

SMA2541 JAPANESE TELESCOPIC SIGHT FOR TYPE 99 7.7mm MACHINE GUN - Used good condition. This is an interesting design, with an elbow or offset arrangement for the scope. This is necessary because the scope is mounted centered on the top of the receiver, but because the magazine sticks up from the top center (like a BREN gun) the field of view with a straight scope would be blocked by the magazine. Sometimes people confuse these with the scopes used on sniper rifles, and we suspect that many of these were brought home as souvenirs by GI’s thinking they could just fasten it on their deer rifle and have a telescope for hunting. Well, that did not work out well, and there are only a limited number of the Jap Type 99 machine guns out there needing scopes, so these are nice collectible military items, but with minimal practical use. $395.00 (View Picture)

22664 Weaver K 2.5 Telescope sight - Nice used Weaver K2.5 steel tube telescope. A few small scratches on the tube, but overall about 98-99% original blue finish, excellent optics, and good crosshair reticule. A classic well made scope in one of the best all purpose magnification levels 2.5X. These were made from 1947 to 1984 and would be great on a nice hunting rifle of that period, or for daily use on one of your rifles now. $75.00 (View Picture)

20224 EARLY AIMPOINT ELECTRONIC "RED DOT" SIGHT & 3X ADAPTER - Serial number 11072. This was the first "red dot" type sight model in the world, developed in Aweden and first sold in 1975, and discontinued in January 1979. A key milestone in gunsight technology, and a distant cousin of today's ACOG sights used by the miltiary and the Crimson Trace type laser grips, etc. This uses two LR-50 or newer replacements like the PX1A batteries which are used in lots of stuff and available for under $5 each. The present batteries are daed, but no corrosion or anything, so we assume (but do not guarantee) that the sight should work with some fresh batteries. This comes with a mount attahced that looks like it fits on Weaver style bases. Windage and elevation adjustments are built into the mount. Underside of the mount has a lot of carbon residue and dirt from use, but otherwise overall the scope assembly retains about 99% of the black finish with no scratches, just barely the start of finish loss on the sharpest edges. This comes with a 3X scope attachment that screws onto the sight and was sold separately, that just screws into the rear of the scope. There are a number of people already collecting early gun sights and scopes (see the books by Nick Storebel) and I am sure that the e;ectronic type sights will be a niche in that specialty in the future. $85.00 (View Picture

20081 MARBLES TANG SIGHT MODEL 009810- FOR WINCHESTER MODEL 1886 WITH TANG SAFETY. NEW IN THE BOX - This is made for the Winchester Model 1886 with the tang safety, but could probalby be adapted to other rifles with some drilling and tapping involved. Retail price is $129, but our price is only $95.00 (View Picture)

19533 KRAG M1898/1902 REAR SIGHT BASES- LOT OF 3 - New old stock, never issued. These are completely finished and blued, but long storage under less than ideal conditions has left them with some scattered spots of surface rust. The same base was used for both the Model 1898 and Model 1902 rear sight, and except for the shape of the curve for elevation, it is the same as for the carbines. Price is for a lot of THREE of the sight bases as shown in the photo. $10.00 (View Picture)

SMA2333 Rifle Scope Nikon 1.5 - 4.5 X 20 - Scope is in excellent condition with a duplex reticule. It comes with the original box and papers. Nikon scopes are famous for their super-high resolution lenses and 95% light transmission. This scope is 100% Waterproof/Fogproof/Shockproof, it has one piece main body tube construction, fully multicoated lenses for unsurpassed light transmission/contrast and is nitrogen filled and O-ring sealed. Nikon scopes come with a lifetime full factory warranty.

We checked the scope and optically it is excellent, but there is a slight downward bend to the rear portion of the tube from being dropped at some point. This is not noticeable unless the scope is removed from the rifle. The Nikon 1.5-4.5 x 20 scope is excellent quality, (normally selling for at least $225 new) with duplex reticule this is real bargain at - $75.00 (View Picture)

17347 MICRO ADJUSTABLE TARGET REAR SIGHT AND FRONT SIGHT BLADE - Rear sight looks like it fits a 9/16” dovetail. Appears to be unused but has a couple tiny scratches in the finish as if someone slipped it in once to check fit, but no evidence of turning of the elevation or windage adjustment screws. Comes with a spare rear sight aperture. Front sight looks like it is for the M1911 style slide, so I am guessing that the rear sight is intended for a M1911 also, but with the dovetail recut to the larger size. What you see is what you get. $49.00 (View Picture)

14465 Lyman 17A MI Globe Front sight - Used fine to excellent with just a coule of minor dings on the base where someone used a steel drift isntead of a brass one. This model was used with a wide variety of rifles by Winchester, Marlin, Savage, Remington and some others. Contact us by email and we will check the list to see if your model is listed as one that this was made for. $30.00 (View Picture)

SMA1903 - Kahles - Wein H/26 2X - 6X Rifle Scope. The Kahles line of premium Austrian-made telescopic sights are among the finest in the world, along with Zeiss and Svavorski. These high-grade scopes were made with nitrogen filled tubes and a choice of reticules, alloy or steel tubes and coated lens. This scope is in excellent condition with beautiful clear optics, and showing only slight finish wear. Reticule is the 4 post with cross hair type. An excellent choice for use on a high quality European sporter. $550.00 (View Picture)

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Holsters & Slings

**SOLD** SMA2553 EXCELLENT US WWII SHOULDER HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - Made by Boyt. US in oval stamped on front, ``U.S. / BOYT / 1943 `` clearly stamped on back. Name (probably a US GI name) written on back. Handsome medium colored leather, not died or oil soaked like many of these holsters are. Leather is excellent, supple and in good condition with no cracking and some minor scuffs and scrapes. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. Holster is in v.g. - excellent condition. This is the type of holster that is usually associated with pilots and air crew. $150.00 (View Picture)

SMA2551 Sling French For Mle M16 ( French Lebel / Berthier ) - The sling is in very good condition, not oil soaked like most slings. Color is light tan. $75.00 (View Picture)

SMM2491 U.S. M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - Made by Brauer, US in oval on flap, `BRAUER -44-` clearly stamped on back. Handsome medium colored leather. Leather is excellent, supple and in good condition with no cracking and no scuffs or scrapes. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. $150.00 (View Picture)

SMM2492 U.S. M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - Made by Boyt, US in oval on flap, BOYT 42 clearly stamped on back. Handsome medium colored leather. Leather is excellent, supple and in good condition with no cracking and no scuffs or scrapes. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. $150.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2583 Leather Sling U.S. M1907 marked ``G&K 1917`` - This is a WWI vintage sling. The sling has brass hardware which was used until late 1942 when it was conserved for higher priority items. The sling is in very good condition with very little stretching but some cracking. This is the correct sling for the 1903, 1903A3, P17 or M1 Garand rifles. $103.00 (View Picture)

SMA2587 Walnut Sporterized Stock For US M1917 Rifles. - No cracks, about 32 inches long. Nice inexpensive stock for a sporterized '17 Enfield. $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA2328 Sling U.S. Web ``M-1 Garand``. - These were used from late WW2 thru 1960s. Although most collectors think of them as being associated with the M1 Garand, they were issued with all U.S. service rifles. This sling is in very good condition. $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA2484 WW2 M3 SLING FOR THOMPSON SMG. - Similar to the WW1 Kerr ``Nobuckl`` design, but a lighter mustard color web, blued hardware and shorter straps. Overall excellent condition. $150.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2487 Leather Sling U.S. M1907 - - This is a WWII vintage sling, marked `MILSCO 1943`. The sling has steel hardware which was used after late 1942 when brass conserved for higher priority items. The sling is in very good condition with no cracking or stretching. This is the correct sling for the 1903, 1903A3, P17 or M1 Garand rifles. $100.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2488 Leather Sling U.S. M1907 WWI - Field Modifications - - This is a WWI vintage sling, marked `WT&B CO /1918` and also R-S /B.F.T. The sling has brass hardware which was used from the model`s introduction until late 1942 when it was conserved for higher priority items. The sling is in very good condition with supple leather, very little stretching and no cracking. Sling has been shortened but it is long enough for display purposes so we are selling it at a bargain price. This is the correct sling for the 1903, 1903A3, P17 or M1 Garand rifles. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA2493 Scarce Carcano Carbine Sling - This is the Italian "K98 Style" Carcano Carbine Sling, these are very hard to find. Sling is in very good to excellent condition. Many Italian Carcano rifles and accoutrements went to Finland after WWII. This sling has been marked with the Finnish acceptance mark "SA". $150.00 (View Picture)

SMA2559 Original Holster and Lanyard For The Swedish M40 Lahti Pistol - These holsters came with lanyard, brass fittings and integral pockets for two magazines, cleaning tool and takedown tool (magazines and tools sold separately). Holster is a pleasing tan color and is in very good to excellent condition but it has some spots which may or may not clean up. A good coat of oil or shoe polish would help to even out the color. A great accessory to add to your authentic M40 pistol. $100.00 (View Picture)

SMA2561 Original Holster For The Swedish M40 Lahti Pistol - These holsters came with brass fittings and integral pockets for two magazines, cleaning tool and takedown tool (magazines and tools sold separately). Holster is a pleasing dark brown color and is in very good to excellent condition. A great accessory to add to your authentic M40 pistol. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMM2490 EXCELLENT U.S. M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - Made by Boyt, US in oval on flap, BOYT 42 clearly stamped on back. Handsome medium colored leather, not died or oil soaked like many of these holsters are. Leather is excellent, supple and in good condition with no cracking and no scuffs or scrapes. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. $175.00 (View Picture)

22039 U.S. M1907 Leather sling- WW1 or WW2 - Good solid example of the standard rifle sling used in WW1 and WW2. Faint and illegible maker marks that look to be WW1 era to me, but these were reissued for WW2, so would be equally correct on a M1903, M1917 or M1 Garand. Leather is nice and supple, with some cracking at the flex points, and needs a good cleaning and leather treatment. About average but will be nicer when cleaned. $115.00 (View Picture)

7259 M1907 LEATHER SLING- LATE ISSUE - leather slings for various uses. But, they were getting them from small “affirmative action” contractors who barely met the minimum specs, not the traditional high quality leather working firms, so the quality is considerable lower than the old WW2 era slings. Still, fine for actual use, or for a reenactor or someone. What you see is what you get, used fine except for some minor staining in one area as shown in the photos. $35.00 (View Picture)

22807 U.S. GI M1 CARBINE SLING WITH “D” TIPS - The first type of M1 carbine sling used thin ”C” shaped tabs at the ends to keep them from unraveling. Later they switched to a heavier solid tip that looks like the letter D. This is an okay late WW2 through Vietnam era sling with the OD webbing and “D” tips. No markings, which is typical. There is some rust and moderate to heavy pitting on the metal parts, and little of the parkerized finish remains. What you see is what you get. $35.00 (View Picture)

22806 U.S. GI M1 CARBINE SLING WITH “D” TIPS - The first type of M1 carbine sling used thin ”C” shaped tabs at the ends to keep them from unraveling. Later they switched to a heavier solid tip that looks like the letter D. This is an okay late WW2 through Vietnam era sling with the OD webbing and “D” tips. No markings, which is typical. There is some rust and pitting on the metal parts, and little of the parkerized finish remains. The “D” tab was installed crooked on this one. What you see is what you get. $35.00 (View Picture)

22797 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING- WW2 ERA (BLACK) - Used excellent condition with both of the leather keepers. Originally made as standard brown or russet leather, but later the finished surface was given a coat of black dye, probably after the switch to black for leather goods in 1956. Overall excellent condition. No maker marking s noted, but definitely WW2 era military item. $149.00 (View Picture)

22796 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING- WW2 ERA (BRASS/STEEL HOOKS) - Used VG condition with both of the leather keepers. Note that one of the two claw hooks for adjustment is made of brass and the other from steel. During WW2 makers switched from the original brass specification to the substitute steel, which allowed critically short supplies of copper and brass to be used for higher priority needs. I am not sure if this is a transition model where the maker was using both types of hooks concurrently, or the result of mixing the short and long straps in the field. In any case, it is a good serviceable example of the leather sling used on U.S. military rifles and trench guns. No maker marking s noted, but definitely WW2 era military item. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMA2432 SLING US M1907 WWI - This is a WWI vintage sling. The sling has brass hardware which was used until late 1942 when it was conserved for higher priority items. The sling is in very good condition with very little stretching but some cracking. The sling is marked but the markings are hard to read. This is the correct sling for the 1903, 1903A3, P17 or M1 Garand rifles. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMEW1961 German WWI Vintage Leather Frog for the K98 - MODEL 1898/05 (Butcher Blade) Bayonet. - Frog is marked on back ``BERLIN / 1917`` The white stitching is intact and in very good condition as are the metal rivets. The leather is in good condition except for a small cut on the back. WWI German frogs are especially hard to find in any condition. Overall a very nice frog with good markings, it will probably clean up nicely with a little TLC. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMM2489 U.S. M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - Made by Boyt, US in oval on flap, BOYT 42 clearly stamped on back. Handsome medium colored leather. Leather is excellent, supple and in good condition with no cracking and no scuffs or scrapes. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. $150.00 (View Picture)

21653 U.S. M1907 LEATHER SLING- BOYT-44 - Fine to excellent except for on area with a bit of fading color/dryness, but a nice 1944 dated sling by Boyt made while they were still using brass for the hooks. Will look great on a 80-95% rifle, but not qutie nice enough for the very minty rifles. $165.00 (View Picture)

21502 -U.S. MODEL 1917 "KERR" WEB RIFLE SLING - The most common version of the M1917 web sling features the parkerized metal snaps on the ends with Kerr NoBukl markings. It has a sliding link or loop on the back of the long strap, that the snap end of the short strap is secured to when installed on th $125.00 (View Picture)

21500 U.S. MODEL 1917 "KERR" WEB RIFLE SLING - The most common version of the M1917 web sling features the parkerized metal snaps on the ends with Kerr NoBukl markings. It has a sliding link or loop on the back of the long strap, that the snap end of the short strap is secured to when installed on th $150.00 (View Picture)

20391 U.S. Model 1907 Leather Sling- WW1 issue G&K 1918 - Used G-VG ready to be cleaned up and placed on display. Some flaking, cracking and stretching and a bit dry at the folds, so not recommended for actual use, but fine for display. Maker marked G&K for Grayton & Knight, a major WW1 contractor for leather goods, and dated 1918. In addition to use during WW1, many of these were still in service and used throughout WW2. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMA2427 Excellent Early Brown WWII German P.08 (Luger) Holster Dated 1938. - Holster is stamped on back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector's mark eagle over ``WaA523``, the year of manufacture (1938) and the manufacturers name (A.FIACHER/GUTTSTADT). The pleasing dark brown finish of the holster would rate about 90 - 95% with some wear on the flap. The flap has a small hole in one corner. The stitching is still white, this indicates that the holster is in original condition and has not been ``touched up`` or polished with shoe polish. The leather including the flap and buckle strap is supple and in good condition. Overall a very nice holster, complete and in original condition. Early Nazi period holsters like this with brown instead of black finish are extremely hard to find. $350.00 (View Picture)

20889 COMMERCIAL COPY OF M1907 LEATHER SLING - Nearly identical to U.S. military version except the keepers are stapled instead of sewn. This is fairly old and has a set from being on a M1903 Springfield and is a bit stuff with some cracking to the surface finish where it is bent around swivels, but might respond to treatment with leather dressing of some sort. An inexpensive substitute for a pricey original U.S. GI sling. $35.00 (View Picture)

20680 U.S. M1 CARBINE SLING "C" TIP KHAKI- MINT UNISSUED - Khaki color webbing with the early “C” clips on the tips. Mint unissued condition, part of a small lot that came out of a military surplus sale years ago. The metal tips are all painted OD which is a bit odd, but knowing the source of these, they are guaranteed to be genuine U.S.. military issue in exactly the condition they came out of the military supply system. No maker mark stamped on the upper inside loop. $195.00 (View Picture)

20669 U.S. G.I. M1 Carbine web sling with “D” shaped clips - OD color webbing so these are Korean war through the 1960s vintage. Excellent plus condition, part of a small lot that came out of a military surplus sale years ago. Some have MRT and date on the “D” clips, and others do not. We just ship whatever is next in line, so you may get either style. The metal tips are all painted OD which is a bit odd, but knowing the source of these, they are guaranteed to be genuine U.S.. military issue in exactly the condition they came out of the military supply system. Believe these are all unissued, but some may have been repacked for reissue after slight use, but all the packing stuff got trashed. $65.00 (View Picture)

20666 U.S. G.I. M1 Carbine web sling with “D” shaped clips AND OILER! - OD color webbing so these are Korean war through the 1960s vintage. Excellent plus condition, part of a small lot that came out of a military surplus sale years ago. Some have MRT and date on the “D” clips, and others do not. We just ship whatever is next in line, so you may get either style. The metal tips are all painted OD which is a bit odd, but knowing the source of these, they are guaranteed to be genuine U.S. military issue in exactly the condition they came out of the military supply system. Cling shows some very slight wear or may have some oil on it. Oiler G-VG condition, made by IS. $85.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2291 Sling U.S. Web ``M-1 Garand``. - These were used from late WW2 thru 1960s. Although most collectors think of them as being associated with the M1 Garand, they were issued with all U.S. service rifles. This sling is in very good condition. $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA2394 US M1916 HOLSTER FOR the 1911 /A1 .45 AUTOMATIC - - Manufactured by Granton & Wright Co in 1943, it has US in oval on flap and GRANTON & WRIGHT CO 1943 stamped on back. Handsome supple dark brown colored leather with very little or no cracking. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. $150.00 (View Picture)

SMA2393 Authentic U.S.M.C. Leather M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - This holster was manufactured by the Warren Leather goods C.O. It has US in oval on flap, and U.S. / WARREN LEATHERGOODS C. O. stamped on back. The inside of the flap is marked:

EVANS. W.S
U.S.M.C.
1127401
(and)
MRT

The leather is medium colored leather, not died but a little oil soaked. The leather it is supple and in good condition with no cracking. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. U.S.M.C. marked holsters are seldom seen, this holster would make an excellent addition to a U.S.M.C. collection. $250.00 (View Picture)

19197 U.S. Model 1885 leather sling for Trapdoors or Krags- (2nd Wisconsin ID’d!) - Early type with the very thin brass claw hook. This is marked on the back “[?] SMITH 2 WIS Co H” which is undoubtedly Claude Smith who served in Company H when the unit was engaged in the Spanish American War, participating in the invasion and occupation of Puerto Rico. Company H was mainly from the Manitowac area. (Learn more about this regiment at http://spanamwar.com/2ndwischistory.htm) This is the only sling I have ever encountered with a name, and it will be a nice addition to a Spanish American War collection Faint illegible inspector marks but no traces of the usual ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL marks. Leather is reasonably pliable, but not suitable for actual use, and of course has some cracking at stress points and rubbing and flaking all over. The brass button is missing and one of the hooks has broken off the brass claw. Nice history makes up for marginal condition. $95.00 (View Picture)

19190 U.S. WEB SLING, M1 - Although usually used on the M1 Garand, these were actually issued with nearly all U.S. military rifles or shotguns from 1944 until the 1970s, and perhaps even later with the M14. This example is the dark OD color, and has the typical hardware used from 1945 on. Used fine to excellent with semi-legible MRT ??? 1952 marking. One small spot of oil soaking as shown in the photo. $20.00 (View Picture)

19017 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING- WW2 WITH STEEL CLAWS - Used, about good with supple leather, but dark, cracked, stretched and dirty, Not nice enough for display on a really pretty gun, but still a decent representative sling from WW2 as used on the M1903, M1917 and M1 Garand rifles and the trench guns. No markings we could see, but guaranteed old U.S. G.I. not some modern repro. $89.00 (View Picture)

18508 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING- WW1 ERA - Good solid example of the M1907 leather sling used on the M1903, 1917 and M1 rifles and the combat shotguns of WW1 and WW2. In fact, during WW2, many of the slings issued were those left over from WW1, so this would be appropriate to either period. This is a well used example, somewhat darkened, but still reasonably flexible with the average amount of cracking seen on these. Fine for display, but we recommend against using any of the old leather slings to actually carry guns. $95.00 (View Picture)

18505 U.S. M1892-1989 Krag brass muzzle cover and sight protector - Excellent condition, a nice military issued accessory for any of the Krag rifles, listed in the manuals and in Brophy and Mallory books. First one we have had in about 3 years. (NOT one of the reproductions!) $85.00 (View Picture)

17422 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING- COMMERCIAL COPY - With brass hardware. At first glance this looks just like a military issue sling, but close inspection will reveal that it lacks the trim lines along the edges, and the loop on the short strap is secured by rivets instead of stitching. Nice medium brown color and fairly flexible leather. About half the price of a real GI sling, but fine for display or a reenactor. $85.00 (View Picture)

SMA2297 EXCELLENT US M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - US in oval on flap, ``ENGER-KRESS / 1942`` stamped on back, the holster is marked "Lt R ARON" on the inside of the flap. Nice dark brown colored leather with good patina. Leather has some scuffs that will clean up with a little TLC. Leather it is supple and in good condition with no cracking. The stitching and rivets are all excellent and intact. $150.00 (View Picture)

16923 EARLY M16 “SILENT SLING” - Issued early in Vietnam to eliminate the jingle and clatter from the web M1 slings with their buckles and clips. This is a very simple strip of black nylon webbing, with a diagonal cut end (heat sealed to prevent fraying) and two simple frame buckles for adjusting length. Cheap, simple and light weight. These were also used on the US Navy Dummy Drill Rifles Mark 5. First one of these I have seen in years. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2264 Holster for the Swedish Husqvarna 1907 Pistol. - Excellent condition, light brown pebbled leather is supple with no cracks or tears. The stitching is all intact and still white which shows that holster has never been touched up or polished with shoe polish. Vintage holsters for Husqvarna 1907 Pistols are seldom seen, this is just the thing needed to make a complete rig. $65.00 (View Picture)

15725 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING (WW1- marks not found) - An good example with clear markings and supple leather, and this has NOT had the end of the long strap trimmed back like so many. This appears appears to have been used and then placed in storage for many years. Leather is dark brown, almost black. One large scuff or scar, but it does not seem to affect the integrity of the sling. I did not see any date on this one, but it has the typical WW1 brass hardware and came with other 1918 dated slings and I am certain it is US WWI issue. While made for use in WW1, these slings were issued all the way through WW2 and would be appropriate for display with any WW1 or WW2 rifle or shotgun that used the M1907 sling. This is an original U.S. military WWI sling, not one of the repros being sold by some places. $150.00 (View Picture)

15725 U.S. MODEL 1907 LEATHER SLING (WW1) - An exceptionally nice example with clear markings and supple leather, and this has NOT had the end of the long strap trimmed back like so many. This appears appears to have been used little if any, and then placed in storage for many years. Leather is dark brown, almost black. Markings as shown in the photo. I did not see any date on this one, but it came with other 1918 dated slings and I am certain it is US Wwi issue. While made for use in WW1, these slings were issued all the way through WW2 and would be appropriate for display with any WW1 or WW2 rifle or shotgun that used the M1907 sling. This is an original U.S. military WWI sling, not one of the repros being sold by some places. $155.00 (View Picture)

SMM1988 EXCELLENT US M1916 HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTOMATIC - - Sears [Leather Company, not Roebuck], US in oval on flap. Pleasing light tan colored leather, not died or oil soaked like many of these holsters are. Leather is supple and in good condition with no cracking, scuffs or scrapes. Stitching and rivets are excellent. Back of holster is marked ``SEARS`` / ``1942``. $175.00 (View Picture)

SMA1931 Rifle Sling - Brown Tooled Leather - Padded - Sling has nylon straps for better durability with thickly padded leather for comfort where it goes over the shoulder. The padded leather section is brown in color with a pleasing tooled basket weave pattern. Excellent condition, comes complete with a set of quick release swivels. $20.00 (View Picture)

SMA1929 Rifle Sling - Fancy Tooled Leather Mountain Scene - - Brown leather sling with nicely done tooled, colored mountain scene design. Nice and wide so it won't dig into your shoulder as much with fleece padding on the back to make it softer to carry . Excellent condition. $20.00 (View Picture)

10516 BLACK HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTO - Handmade, decent quality, certainly 1950s-60s vintage style, and not my taste. Belt loop was cut down to make it ride higher. Used G-VG. If you are not good at fast draw, this one may be a good choice as the bad guy may be snickering when he looks at your holster, allowing you additional time to plug him before he recovers. $15.00 (View Picture)

10516 BLACK HOLSTER FOR .45 AUTO - Handmade, decent quality, certainly 1950s-60s vintage style, and not my taste. Belt loop was cut down to make it ride higher. Used G-VG. If you are not good at fast draw, this one may be a good choice as the bad guy may be snickering when he looks at your holster, allowing you additional time to plug him before he recovers. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA1832 - Reproduction Shoulder Stock For Browning High Power Pistols. Good quality reproduction, this will fit High Power pistols that have the shoulder stock slot. Good condition except for a crack on the thick part of the hinged butt section, this could easily be fixed by someone who is good with woodworking. $200.00 (View Picture)

SMA1765 - Shoulder Holster - Uncle Mike Sidekick Size 4. Black nylon, excellent condition with belt loop to secure the left hand side. Fits most 6 inch double action revolvers. $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA1737 - Shoulder Holster Ruff Rider Brand # B92. Brown Leather, excellent condition. Fits large frame semi-automatic pistols & comes with 2 magazine pouch. $35.00 (View Picture)

SMA1667 - Holster Shoulder Uncle Mike #5 Fits large frame auto pistols. Excellent condition Black nylon $25.00 (View Picture)

SMA1496 - Shoulder Holster Uncle Mike #4. Black nylon, excellent condition. Fits Large frame 6-8 inch revolvers like the Ruger Redhawk or the S&W mod 629. $25.00 (View Picture)

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