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New Arrival NEW New Arrival Winchester Model 94 XTR lever action chambered in .30-30WCF with a 20" barrel. Used, with handling marks, no box or other accessories. MSR430212CJB
$525.00

Category:Rifles
Sub Category: Lever Action
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New Arrival NEW New Arrival Belgium made Browning Trombone take down pump action rifle chambered in .22 LR. In good used condition with light handling marks overall, but not bad for a rifle made in approximately 1935. Action is smooth and the bore is bright. No box or other accessories. MSR430806CJH
$750.00

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Sub Category: Lever Action
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New Arrival NEW New Arrival Henry Repeating Arms Carbine model H001L, large loop lever actionr, chambered for .22 S/L/LR, 16" barrel. Used, with a few scrapes & scratches to the wood and a couple of dings to the metal. Still a nice little compact carbine for the ranch or camp. No box or other accessories. MSR430210CJB
$250.00

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Sub Category: Lever Action
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New Arrival NEW New Arrival DWM 1906 American Luger chambered in .30 Luger/7.65 Parabellum. This pistol has been well taken care of and is in remarkable condition. The original finish shows very little wear, the straw colors are strong, the grip checkering is sharp, and the bore is like new. The pistol was obviously fired very little. A beautiful American Luger. One magazine, no box or other accessories. MSH430316CAC
$2,500.00

Category:Handguns
Sub Category: Semi Automatic
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Antique Springfield Amory Model 1896 Krag Saddle Ring Carbine. There were 22,000 1896 Krag carbine manufactured from late 1895 to 1898. This carbine lacks the word "Model" in front of "1896" on the receiver and is sometimes referred to as the 1895 Model. The stock still has a 1897 cartouche visible, and comes with the three piece cleaning rod and oiler in the butt stock. The top wood appears to be a replacement and has a repair made to it. Little to no original bluing remains, however this remains a desirable carbine for the U.S. military collector ANTQMMRCFH1
$1,750.00

Category:Rifles
Sub Category: Bolt Action
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Colt New Army Model 1896 DA .38 Colt revolver. The revolver retains approximately 30-40% of the original blue, the rest having turned into a nice even brown patina. The left grip panel is stamped R.A.C. on the bottom and the right grip panel has K.S.M. in a circle with 1904 above. It also has a K.S.M. stamp on the bottom. The bore is bight & shiny with very light frosting. Properly marked in all areas, this would be one of the last Model 1896 revolvers manufactured. The Army let two contracts, on August 3 1899 and December 29, 1899, for the Model 1896, totaling 9500 revolvers. Reported serial numbers are scattered in the 138xxx to 150xxx serial range. Included with the revolver is a proper Rock Island Arsenal holster dated 1909. MMH425015CFH
$950.00

Category:Handguns
Sub Category: Revolvers
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U.S. 1903 Springfield Mark 1 manufactured in 1918 for use with the Automatic Pistol .30 Caliber Pederson device. The barrel is marked SA 12-18 with a crown of 1. There were 101,775 Mark 1 rifles manufactured between 1918 and 1921. These Mark 1 rifles were identical to the standard 1903 rifles with the exception of the receiver marking of Mark 1, an ejection port on the left side of the receiver rail, the stock being slightly cut down at the ejection port, the magazine cutoff has an extra notch, and the trigger has a double pawl. This rifle has gone through a refurbish, but does retain the original stock which is marked RA-P. It appears that the trigger and cut off have been replaced with standard parts. It comes with an original WW1 leather sling and an oiler in the buttstock. MMR430505CFH
$1,450.00

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Sub Category: Bolt Action
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WW1 U.S. Rock Island Arsenal 1903 manufactured in 1917 with a barrel marked R.I.A 11-17 and a crown that measures 1.5. The stock has really nice tiger stripes, unusual for a military piece. There is a barely visible remnant of the original cartouche on the left side of the stock and it is marked RI 4 at the tip. The right side has a C-S.A.A. rebuild stamp from the San Antonio Arsenal. There is a P in a square at back of the trigger guard. The barrel is also marked M25 on the bottom by the muzzle, which we believe is a steel lot number. The smooth butt plate is hand stippled and there is a large Hatcher hole on the left side of the receiver which are both characteristics of Marine Corps use, however we do not have positive proof that this is a Marine Corps rifle. It does come with a R.I.A. 1918 WW1 leather sling and an oiler in the butt stock. MMR430504CFH
$1,250.00

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Sub Category: Bolt Action
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American Tactical MilSport 9mm semi-automatic pistol, 10" barrel with flash suppressor, Pistol Storage device added. Uses Glock magazines, however no magazines are included. Used, in good condition. MSH422003CML
$500.00

Category:Handguns
Sub Category: Semi Automatic
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The FN Browning M1900 is a single action, semi-automatic pistol designed c. 1896 by John Browning for Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FN) and produced in Belgium at the turn of the century. It was the first production handgun to use a slide and is cambered in 7.65mm Browning/.32 ACP. This pistol has the original finish showing considerable holster wear and some spotting. The bore has strong lands & grooves with frosting in the grooves. The original horn grips are complete and intact, with no cracks, chips, or worm holes.The magazine is an aftermarket replacement. MSH424903CLF
$750.00

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Sub Category: Semi Automatic
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Colt Officers Model Target 38 factory "B" engraved with factory pearl grips. Absolutely beautifully engraving attributed by Wilbur Glahn of Colt. Per the Colt letter the revolver was shipped September 30, 1936 to David A. Hay and charged to the Colt's loan account in a shipment of 1 gun. It was returned to Colt on August 2, 1937 and shipped to Camp Perry on August 16, 1937. Again returned to Colt and subsequently shipped to J.F. Caldwell of Muskogee, Oklahoma on September 22, 1937. Currently on consignment to us from a three generation collection here in the Dallas area. The revolver, as pictured, is beautiful. There is some loss of the blue luster on the back and fore straps. A few very small, minor spotting on the barrel and trigger guard. It has been lightly fired. The factory pearl grips, while beautiful, are not perfect as there is a chip on the right panel above the Colt medallion. There is no box or other accessories. We will be happy to provide additional pictures or descriptions. Please call us. MSH420817CJB
$35,000.00

Category:Handguns
Sub Category: Revolvers
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Winchester Model 23 Classic Side by Side 12 Gauge, 26" barrels with vent rib and twin ivory bead sights. Choked skeet/skeet. LOP is 14 1/2". Lightly used with a few very minor handling marks. Comes in an Americase Premium aluminum case. No paperwork or other accessories. MSS424505CNCX
$2,850.00

Category:Shotguns
Sub Category: Side By Side
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Krieghoff K-20 Sporter 2 Barrel Cased Set 20/28 Gauge. Both barrel sets are 28" and come with five choke tubes each, ten choke tubes total. Choke tube tools, Kriegoff oil and grease are included. The LOP is 13 1/2" . The set is in a custom fitted Krieghoff Americase aluminum case with outer canvas cover. Very lightly used and in excellent condition. MSS423212CHP
$12,500.00

Category:Shotguns
Sub Category: Over And Under
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Winchester Model 70 Classic Sporter chambered in the .300 Remington Ultra Magnum with a 26" barrel. Fitted with Leupold bases and rings but no scope. This is a very lightly used rifle in excellent condition, however there is no box or accessories. MSR424313CBG
$800.00

Category:Rifles
Sub Category: Bolt Action
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Cased three barrel set, 12 gauge Over/Under by the Italian maker Armeria SanGiorgio. Floral Scroll engraved coin receiver, checkered forearm & stock with recoil pad. There are a few small dings and dents in the stock. The LOP is 14 5/8". The three vent ribbed barrels have the makers name in gold on the left side and marked “Acciaio Phonix” on other side. They are 18 1/4", 26 1/4", and 28 1/4" in length and are choked respectively M/M, M/IM, and F/M. The 28" barrels, which are numbered to the gun, have rust on the right side and have scratch marks at the muzzle. The other barrels are consecutively numbered but not to the gun. This set dates to 1987. On consignment to us. MSS423803CHG
$1,650.00

Category:Shotguns
Sub Category: Over And Under
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Original and complete in every respect 1st Model Virginia manufactory Horseman's saber, never modified during the Civil War, overall condition is fine. There is a small, faint mark on the left ricasso. The browned scabbard has a few minor dents, but is otherwise in good condition. The blade retains its original polish, has a couple of small nicks on the edge and does show having been sharpened in the past. The leather on the grip is good with one brass wire broken. ANTQSWD-CWC
$3,950.00

Category:Edged Weapons
Sub Category: Swords
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Colt U.S. Army Model 1917 Revolver chambered in .45 ACP. Manufactured during WW1 the gun has seen considerable use with holster wear on the barrel and top strap, and the rear left side of the frame has turned brown. The rest of the finish is in pretty good condition. The bore does have some frosting and light pitting. The old stag grips are very nice and worth considerable by themselves. The yoke, crane, and cylinder have matching numbers 474. The Colt serial numbers of 168811 on the yoke & frame date the revolver to 1918. The Army butt number is 18132. The lock up is very tight. MMH424515CAS
$1,200.00

Category:Handguns
Sub Category: Revolvers
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Colt Model 1902 U.S. Double Action revolver, commonly referred to as the Philippine or Alaskan model. In 1902, 4,600 Model 1878 revolvers were produced for a U.S. Army contract. They were intended to equip the Philippine Constabulary under Brigadier General Henry T. Allen in the Philippine Insurrection. These revolvers had 6-inch barrels, hard rubber grips, and were chambered for the .45 Colt round. They had strengthened mainsprings and longer triggers to give the user more leverage, resulting in larger trigger guards. The strengthened mainspring was necessary to fire the .45 Government rounds which had a less sensitive primer compared to the civilian .45 LC ammunition. Many people have incorrectly assumed that this was to allow the revolver to be operated while wearing gloves, so "Alaskan Model" is a misnomer. This revolver has seen heavy use and is in the brown although smooth and free of pitting. The Colt address on the top of the barrel is only partially and vaguely visible. The serial numbers match on the gun and loading gate but not the cylinder. The cylinder pin retaining screw is dammaged. The original hard rubber grips are worn but intact and there are three notches carved into the left panel (three Moros?). The cylinders and bore are in surprisingly good condition, smooth and bright with some very light shallow pitting in a few areas. MMH424514CAS
$1,000.00

Category:Handguns
Sub Category: Revolvers
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11/17/2009
Firearms Transfer FAQs at the Jackson Armory
We gladly receive transfers of modern firearms that you purchase elsewhere.

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12/24/2008

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11/07/2007
Evaluations and Appraisals
We cannot do e-mailed appraisals of photos or type written descriptions. They are time consuming and
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10/05/2007
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