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Rifles

Model 1909 Argentine Mauser Infantry Rifle: What's Its Value?

Model 1909 Argentine Mauser infantry rifles are beautifully-made and shoot very well. This

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Why Does Sgt. Schultz Carry a .30-40 Krag Instead of a Kar98k Mauser?

Why they gave Sgt. Schultz a U.S. Krag-Jorgensen .30-40 rifle to carry in "Hogan's Heroes" is

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Winchester Model 70 Chambered in .300 H&H Magnum: Not Original

Winchester Model 70 rifles were available in 20-inch­ barreled carbine versions, so one

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Colt Model 1861 Special Musket: What's Its Value?

Colt manufactured 100,000 Model 1861 Special Muskets during the Civil War (1861 to 1865).

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U.S. 1903A3 Military Rifle Sporter: Who Made It?

This sporterized U.S. 1903A3 .30-'06 Springfield was made by Remington in 1943. Here are the

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Spencer Carbine: Suggestions on How to Properly Restore

When restoring a Spencer Carbine, let "less is more" be your guide. Disassemble carefully,

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Handguns

This Walther P.38 Is Missing Its Slide Marking: Was It Reblued?

This Walther P.38 shows signs of rounding, in addition to missing its slide marking,

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Model AP-MBP 7.65mm Pistol: Hungarian Walther PP Look-Alike

The Model AP-MBP was a 7.65mm (.32 ACP) commercial version of the 9mm Hungarian PA-63. It was

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Harrington & Richardson Second Model Young America Safety Hammer Revolver

The Harrington & Richardson Second Model Young America Safety Hammer revolver lacked a hammer

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East India Government (EIG) Pattern 1858 Cavalry Pistol: What's Its Value?

This East India Government (EIG) Pattern 1858 .56 caliber Cavalry Pistol is valued between

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Auguste Francotte Percussion Back-Action Greatcoat or Traveling Pistols

These Auguste Francotte percussion back-action greatcoat or traveling pistols, dated

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Muzzleloaders

Colt Model 1861 Special Musket: What's Its Value?

Colt manufactured 100,000 Model 1861 Special Muskets during the Civil War (1861 to 1865).

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Czech Jaeger-Style Percussion Muzzleloader in Carbine Length

This Jaeger-style percussion muzzleloader in carbine length dates from 1840 to 1850 and was

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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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