SPORTING RIFLES & COLLECTIBLE SHOTGUNS FOR SALE

Make

Model

Caliber

Rifles & Shotguns Description

Sale Price

Manufactura Loewe, Berlin, Germany, cca.1895

Argentine Mauser M1891 Sporter Rifle

7.65x53

Argentine Contract Mauser, made by Loewe in Germany. The receiver is marked "Mauser Modelo Argentino 1891" and "Manufactura Loewe Berlin". Sporterized: nice hardwood Herter's stock with a cheek rest, large grip and long forend comfortable for large hands, receiver is drilled & tapped for scope mount, bolt handle turned down. Original sights are present. Still chambers the original 7.65mm Argentine cartridge. Metal finish: 95% blue, thinning on the receiver & mag. No pitting, no rust. A somewhat shiny bore with strong sharp rifling, darker grooves. All serial numbers match. Stock is in excellent condition, has a nearly invisible hairline crack behind the tang. 22" long barrel, 43" overall length. Antique, no FFL needed to purchase. Argentine Mauser M1891 Sporter PICTURES

$189 Antique

Steyr, Austria, cca.1888

Austrian Mannlicher M1888 Sporter Rifle

8x50R?

Straight pull Mannlicher bolt action magazine rifle, made in the Austro-Hungarian Empire cca 1888. Refinished with 95% strong blue over the sometimes visible refinish marks. Some screws are newer replacements. Bore is poor, chamber is dirty. Hardwood stock is very nice, with a 95% matte black finish, no dings, no cracks visible. Custom made sights. 24" long barrel, 45" overall length. An unusual customized Steyr-Mannlicher hunting rifle with a 5-round magazine. Antique, no FFL needed to purchase. See PICTURES

$167 Antique

Waffenfabriks Mauser, Germany, cca.1922

German GEHA Mauser Shotgun

12 ga

A 2-round bolt action shotgun, made in Germany, converted from WW1 era Gew.98 military rifles during 1922-32. It has a 12 gauge 2-9/16" chamber. The barrel is Nitro-proofed. Metal finish is 95% bluing turning brown. Bore is shiny. Hardwood stock is very nice, with a non-slip crinkle finish, few small dings, no cracks. Original Geha marked medallions are in the buttstock. Bolt head washer is missing. 27" long barrel, 46.5" overall length. All serial numbers match. A must to have for the Mauser collector. Compare at $349 at Cabelas. See PICTURES of this GEHA shotgun

$169

Toyo Kogyo, Japan, 1945

Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Sporter Rifle

7.7x58mm

Japanese WW2 Arisaka rifle, made by Toyo Kogyo in Japan. The receiver is marked with a symbol for Toyo Kogyo and Series 35 (1945 manufacture). Sporterized: nice Pachmayr(?) hardwood stock with a cheek rest, rubber butt, receiver is drilled & tapped for scope mount, bolt handle turned down. Scope mounting bracket installed. Still chambers the original 7.7mm Japanese cartridge. Metal finish: 99% strong blue. No pitting, no rust. Shiny bore with good rifling. Stock is in excellent condition, no cracks. 21" long barrel, 41" overall length. Japanese Arisaka Type 99 Sporter PICTURES

$189

Remington Arms, Ilion, New York, USA, 1915

Remington Model 10 Pump Action Shotgun, USA

12 ga

The classic pump action shotgun by Remington. 1905 patent. Manufactured in 1915. Metal finish is 90%, thinning bluing turning brown. Matching serial numbers. Mirror bright shiny bore, no pitting. 26" barrel. Wood is in good condition, with bruises and scratches, one small crack. Original Remington buttplate in great shape. The action functions smoothly. A classic collectible Remington, a great shooter. 113592 Remington M10 Shotgun PICTURES

$249

Remington Arms, Ilion, New York, USA, 1911

Remington Model 11 Semiautomatic Shotgun, USA

12 ga

The first semiautomatic shotgun by Remington, a 1903 Browning patent. Manufactured in 1911. Metal finish is 25%, thinning bluing turned brown. Shiny bore. 24" long barrel. Wood is in good condition, with bruises and scratches, one small crack by the grip. Handguard is cracked and crudely repaired. Original Remington buttplate. The action functions fine. A classic collectible Remington. A great shooter, easily upgradeable with a new stock & handguard. 89818 Remington M11 shotgun PICTURES

$189

Riverside (Savage) Arms Co, Chicopee Falls, Mass, USA, cca 1930

Stevens Riverside Model 520 Pump Action Shotgun, USA

12 ga

A Browning patent pump action shotgun by Stevens/Savage Arms. The receiver is marked 'Riverside Arms Co' and address. Metal finish is 60%, thinning blue. Mirror bright shiny bore. 30" long barrel. Buttstock is in very good condition, with small dings and scratches, no cracks. Handguard is in very good condition with a small nearly invisible crack. Nice checkering on the butt and handguard. Hard rubber buttplate. The action functions smoothly. A collectible Browning patent Savage made shotgun, now over 80 years old. Riverside M520 shotgun PICTURES

$222 sold

Savage Arms Corp, Chicopee Falls, Mass, USA, 1950

Stevens Model 820B Pump Action Shotgun, USA

12 ga

A popular Stevens pump action shotgun by Savage Arms. Manufactured in 1950. Comes with a "Savage Super Choke". Metal finish is 50%, thinning blue. Mirror bright shiny bore. 28" long barrel. Buttstock is in good condition, with bruises and scratches, cracked by the grip. Handguard is solid, in very good condition. Rubber buttplate. The action functions smoothly. A collectible Savage shotgun, now 64 years old. Savage Stevens M820B shotgun PICTURES

$184

Winchester Arms, New Haven, Conn, USA, 1918

Winchester Model 1912 Pump Action Shotgun, USA

16 ga

A redesigned version of the Winchester Model 1897. Manufactured in 1918. Latest patent mark is dated 'July 22, 1913'. Metal finish is 75% bluing, turning brown. Nearly excellent shiny bore, no pitting. 23" barrel. Wood is in good condition, with some bruises and scratches. Cosmetic repair on the left side of the buttstock, crack in the handguard. Aluminum buttplate. Some roughness on the magazine tube. Functioning action. The barrel is marked 'Nickel Steel - Winchester - Mod. 1912 - 16Ga.' A classic collectible Winchester, a great shooter. Winchester M12 shotgun PICTURES

$220

Winchester Arms, New Haven, Conn, USA, 1913

Winchester Model 1911 SL Semiautomatic Shotgun, USA

12 ga

The 1st semiautomatic shotgun by Winchester, designed to compete with the Browning Patent Remingtons. Manufactured in 1913. Metal finish is 50%, thinning grayish brown. Nearly excellent shiny bore, no pitting. 28" barrel. Wood is in very good condition, with some bruises and scratches. Original Winchester buttplate with a small crack. The action functions smoothly. A classic collectible Winchester, a great shooter. See PICTURES

$275

Winchester Arms, New Haven, Conn, USA, 1955

Winchester Model 50 Semiautomatic Shotgun, USA

12 ga

An improved semiautomatic shotgun by Winchester. Manufactured in 1955. Metal finish is 75%, thinning blue. Bright shiny bore, no pitting. 30" barrel. Wood is in very good condition, with some bruises and scratches. Rubber buttplate. The action functions smoothly. A classic collectible Winchester, a great shooter. Winchester M50 shotgun PICTURES

$337

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