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Rifles

This Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle shows a heavy strike in the year, making 1873 read as 1878.Gun Room: Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor .45-70 Rifle

Gun Room: Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor .45-70 Rifle

This Springfield Armory Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle shows a heavy strike in the year, making

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Gun Room: What's the estimated value of my Harrington & Richardson post-World War II M1 Garand chambered for .30-'06?Gun Room: Harrington & Richardson M1 Garand Rifle

Gun Room: Harrington & Richardson M1 Garand Rifle

Gun Room: What's the estimated value of my Harrington & Richardson post-World War II M1 Garand

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While the Eddystone Model 1917 was the most widely used rifle by the Americans in World War I, not all of them were issued.Gun Room: Minty Eddystone Model 1917 Rifle

Gun Room: Minty Eddystone Model 1917 Rifle

While the Eddystone Model 1917 was the most widely used rifle by the Americans in World War I,

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Handguns

This Rissack needlefire salon pistol with Belgian proofmark and engraving is valued between $1000 and $1250.Gun Room: Rissack Needlefire Salon Pistol: What's It Worth?

Gun Room: Rissack Needlefire Salon Pistol: What's It Worth?

This Rissack needlefire salon pistol with Belgian proofmark and engraving is valued between

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This greatcoat-sized percussion pistol carries a lockplate inscription of a Philadelphia hardware store, Hooper, Masters and Smith. Of American design, it only needs a hammer screw and ramrod to complete the piece.Gun Room: Percussion Pistol Manufactured for Hardware Store - Circa 1845

Gun Room: Percussion Pistol Manufactured for Hardware Store - Circa 1845

This greatcoat-sized percussion pistol carries a lockplate inscription of a Philadelphia

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Gun Room: Sauer 38H double-action, semiautomatic pocket pistols by J.P. Sauer & Sohn were issued to the German army, navy and police during WWII.Gun Room: Sauer 38H Semiauto Pocket Pistol

Gun Room: Sauer 38H Semiauto Pocket Pistol

Gun Room: Sauer 38H double-action, semiautomatic pocket pistols by J.P. Sauer & Sohn were

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The Colt M1911 pistol is a military issue arm that has been nickel-­plated. As such, the value is much diminished.Gun Room: Nickeled Colt M1911 Pistol from World War I

Gun Room: Nickeled Colt M1911 Pistol from World War I

The Colt M1911 pistol is a military issue arm that has been nickel-­plated. As such, the value

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This pistol was perhaps manufactured by Star-­Bonifacio Echeverra SA in Spain. It is similar to that company's 7.65mm Star Model N-­2.Gun Room: Rare Bronnie 6.35mm Pistol?

Gun Room: Rare Bronnie 6.35mm Pistol?

This pistol was perhaps manufactured by Star-­Bonifacio Echeverra SA in Spain. It is similar

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The serial numbers on the Colt SAA indicate it was manufactured in 1911. As Colt didn't chamber the SAA for .44 S&W Special until 1913, it appears it's been rebarrelled or rechambered.Gun Room: 1911 Colt Single-Action Revolver in .44 Special?

Gun Room: 1911 Colt Single-Action Revolver in .44 Special?

The serial numbers on the Colt SAA indicate it was manufactured in 1911. As Colt didn't

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