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1873 Carbine .45 LC 16-1/8” Black Rock - Ding & Dent

$1,621.00
This 1873 carbine is made by Uberti and has the Black Rock nitride finish applied to all parts. Was handled as a show sample so no significant damage on rifle. W52048. Sold as-is.

Cattleman Old Model 4.75" .45LC - Ding & Dent

$495.00
This cattleman is made by Uberti. Damage include black fill spots in grip. Sold as-is. UE4933

1873 Carbine .45 LC 19” Black Rock - Ding & Dent

$1,621.00
This 1873 carbine is made by Uberti and has the Black Rock nitride finish applied to all parts. Damage includes: some stock dings as shown. W48505. Sold as-is.

1883 Burgess Carbine 20" .45LC - Ding & Dent

$1,300.00
This Burgess carbine is made by Uberti. Damage includes: several dings in the buttstock and forend as shown. M00194. Sold as-is.

1892 Alaskan Take-Down .44Mag 20” - Ding & Dent

$1,200.00
This Alaskan takedown rifle is made by Chiappa. Has been fired for a media article and has old style lever. 9201425. Sold as-is.

Long Creedmore Tang Sight 1-1/2" Case-Colored Clearance

This is a creedmore style tang sight with 1-1/2" hole spacing. Elevation and windage adjustment. Windage adjustment works by loosening knobs on bottom and moving sight ladder to left or right. Case Colored finish.

Long Creedmore Tang Sight 1-1/2" Blued Clearance

This is a creedmore style tang sight with 1-1/2" hole spacing. Elevation and windage adjustment. Windage adjustment works by loosening knobs on bottom and moving sight ladder to left or right. Blued finish.

Short Creedmore Tang Sight 1-1/2"Blued Clearance

$100.00
This is a creedmore style tang sight with 1-1/2" hole spacing. Elevation adjustment only on this sight. Blued finish.

1861 Musket Rear Sight Base Screw Wrench

This wrench has two teeth that fit into the unique screw head of the rear sight base screw on an 1861 springfield musket.

.12 Gauge Snap Caps

$5.00
These two .12 Gauge snap caps are made of high-tech plastic & brass. The spring loaded primers in these snap caps can absorb thousands of dry firings. Can feed through magazines. Made in Italy.

Sharps Small Betsy Rifle

The forged and CNC machined white frame features a floral engraving with an American walnut stock and PMG matte blue round barrel. The sights include a tunnel front sight and folding Creedmore rear sight. The trigger action is a double set trigger assembly.

Howdah Hunter Pistol Shotgun Percussion

$804.00
The Howdah Hunter pistol has side by side barrels and is a reproduction of the Anglo-Saxon guns used in the second half of the 1800's in the far colonial territories and India. During the first period of British colonial government in India, the Howdah pistols were preferred for their power and reliability, but their main use was at close range to stop dangerous wild animals such as the tiger from leaping upon the "Howdah" box atop the elephant's back. The locks are embellished with engraving featuring wild animals and finished with case hardened coloring. The walnut pistol grip stock has two checkered sections to grant a firm and comfortable and stable grip with a counterweight butt plate. The howdah pistol in .58 features rifled barrels while the Howdah in 20GA features smooth bore barrels. This pistol uses standard revolver caps for loading and the manufacturer manual includes black powder shotgun barrel loading recommendations. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability.

Vintage Howdah Pistol

$1,995.00
The Howdah Pistol is a reproduction of the famous Auto & Burglar model made by Ithaca Company around 1920. This modern version features rifled barrels chambered for .45LC/.410 (3 inch shells) and it is sold as a pistol. The Howdah features: tang safety, manual shell extractors, flip-up rear sight with brass bead front sight, and a checkered walnut stock. The action works by cocking the internal hammers when the action is opened, on the Original and Alaskan models, and it has double triggers to select which barrel to fire (front trigger for the right barrel and rear trigger for the left barrel). The Vintage Howdah model features a non-checkered pistol grip, external hammers, and browned octagonal barrels. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

Alaskan Howdah Pistol

$1,395.00
The Howdah Pistol is a reproduction of the famous Auto & Burglar model made by Ithaca Company around 1920. This modern version features rifled barrels chambered for .45LC/.410 (3 inch shells) and it is sold as a pistol. The Howdah features: tang safety, manual shell extractors, flip-up rear sight with brass bead front sight, and a checkered walnut stock. The action works by cocking the internal hammers when the action is opened, on the Original and Alaskan models, and it has double triggers to select which barrel to fire (front trigger for the right barrel and rear trigger for the left barrel). The Alaskan Howdah model is upgraded with a plow handle style pistol grip, walnut stock with black rubberized coating, and a matte chrome finish. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

Original Howdah Pistol

$1,455.00
The Howdah Pistol is a reproduction of the famous Auto & Burglar model made by Ithaca Company around 1920. This modern version features rifled barrels chambered for .45LC/.410 (3 inch shells) and it is sold as a pistol. The Howdah features: tang safety, manual shell extractors, flip-up rear sight with brass bead front sight, and a checkered walnut stock. The action works by cocking the internal hammers when the action is opened, on the Original and Alaskan models, and it has double triggers to select which barrel to fire (front trigger for the right barrel and rear trigger for the left barrel). Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

1886 Sporting Rifle

Some sporting rifles are just too good to die and a classic example is the 1886. Originally created by genius gunsmith John Browning and produced from 1897 to 1935, is manufactured in even more configurations today. These new models are produced with modern metallurgy and a twist rate suitable for today’s ammunition. It is the perfect choice for hunters looking for a hard-hitting lever action and lever action enthusiasts. The 1886 Sporting Rifle, also known as the Far West model, features an octagonal barrel, case hardened steel receiver, a select grade walnut pistol grip checkered stock, and checkered forend. The receiver is drilled and tapped to fit a Lyman 66WB sight. Inventory status may not reflect exact SKUs, please contact us to ensure immediate availability. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.

Brown Bass Bayonet Scabbard

$111.00
This scabbard is made of black leather with brass tip and hook to attach to a bayonet frog. Made by Pedersoli.

1861 Springfield Musket

The lock is finished bright with U.S. SPRINGFIELD stamping’s. It also features a cartouche on the left hand side of the stock and the VP stamping on the top left hand side of the barrel.

1853 Enfield 3-Band Musket

$1,137.00
The Enfield features a ladder rear sight with a slide assembled on a base with steps, steel barrel bands and other brass furniture.

1858 Enfield 2-Band Musket

The 1858 Enfield is equipped with two sling swivels, one fit under the front band and the other fit in front of the trigger guard. The stock is made of walnut.