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Celebrating 46 Years <1971-2017>


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SOLDLG-1. DAY’S PATENT CANE GUN: .54 Cal. JOHN DAY 1831-1838. Nice dark brown patina overall. Barrel will not unscrew, hammer does not lock in place. With a little work this could be fixed. $350.00SOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-2. SPENCER M.1865 CAVALRY CARBINE: .50 Cal. 3 groove rifling. Breech stamped Model 1865 “SPENCER REPEATING RIFLE PAT’D MARCH 6 1860. MANUF’D AT PROV. RI BY BURNSIDE RIFLE CO>”. Low serial number 11930 indicates possible civil War issue. The cartouche “GC” (George Curtis started in 1861. was a civil war inspector). Other cartouche, although sharp, is difficult to read. Bore is very good with only some very light patches of pitting throughout. The stock is excellent. A few little holes seem to be filled with some glue on the left side of the butt. The barrel is a lovely blue/brown patina. Tight crisp action. $2500.00SOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-3. BRITISH P.1858 ARTILLERY CARBINE: .577 Cal. Dated 1861 on the lock and butt stock. Excellent stock. Bore is very good with very light pitting throughout. Tight crisp lock. Complete with original nipple protector. $1850.00SOLD
 
 


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LG-4. AMERICAN LARGE BORE FOWLER: Circa 1850. Bore is .85 inch. Nice Damascus Pattern on the 31 inch brown barrel. Smooth bore with light pitting throughout. Horn nose-cap brass mounted rose-wood ramrod with worm attachment. Tight crisp action. WEIGHTS A MASSIVE 9LBS. $650.00
 
 


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SOLDLG-5. CANADIAN SNIDER MK II*: .577 Cal. Dated 1861. Stamped to the 59th Stormont and Glengarry Battalion of Infantry. “DC” in Diamond stamped on the right side of the butt. Stock is excellent. Barrel is a lovely blue/brown. Note the “STEEL” barrel marking as on the Mark III. Excellent bright bore. Note the early square head clearing rod. $950.0SOLD0
 
 


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SOLDLG-6. CANADIAN SNIDER MK II*: .577 Cal. Dated 1860. Stamped to the 46th Batt. East Durham Battalion of Infantry of Port Hope, Ont. This Battalion has Battle Honours for “NorthWest Canada 1885” for the Riel Rebellion. Excellent stock with “DC” in Diamond on the left side of the butt. Long butt, this is one inch longer than the standard Snider. In May 1860 instructions were given to make the butt stock 1 inch shorter. Skennerton states in his book, “.577 Snider-Enfield Rifles & Carbines”, “Some contractors did not follow this specification amendment”. Barrel is a lovely dark blue/brown patina. The bore is Very Good with only a few minor patches of light pitting. $1150.00SOLD
 
 


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 SOLDLG-7. CANADIAN SNIDER “ W.M. COOPER, TORONTO”:. This is a commercial Snider retailed by Cooper. The barrel is stamped “T. TURNER”. W.M. Cooper worked in Toronto, Ont. From 1879 to 1889, at 69 Bay St. Thomas turner 1861-1879 of Birmingham was a noted barrel maker. He made Snider Patent barrels for the Government as well as commercial barrels. Note the commercial proofs. The stock is excellent. Note the stippled pattern on the wrist and fore-wood. The lock is made by the “SPITTLE BROTHERS” 1864-88. The butt is the “Long” butt, being 1 inch longer than the standard butt. A very unusual feature of this stock is the butt is filled with lead weighing 1.8 lbs! Over 1 lbs heavier than a normal Snider with the long butt. The breech is a MK III locking breech, as on the Mark III Military Snider. Excellent Bore. The stock was fitted behind the barrel tang for a tang sight, now missing. All in all, this is a very peculiar Canadian Snider Rifle. $1100.00SOLD  
 
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
   
   
 


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SOLDLG-8. MARTINI-HENRY MK1: .450 Cal. Dated 1873. Barrel is a lovely blue/brown patina. The bore is V.G.+. the stock is excellent. Unknown Regimental marks on the butt “H” over “CC” over “90”. Complete with original MKIII brass muzzle sight cover, with inspector’s stamp. Note the MK II clearing rod. $1800.00SOLD  
 
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
 


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SOLDLG-9. BOYD & TYLER 12 GAUGE DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN: Francis Boyd was from Boston, Mass. And was a partner with P.S. Tyler to patent this very unusual breech loading shotgun, for which they held U.S. Patents 73494 and 88540 of the 21st of January 1868 and April 1869. Very nice stock with chequered wrist and fore-wood. Lovely dark brown patina on the barrels. The left hammer has been replaced. The bores are very good with some light frosting. This swivel breech action is very unique. $550.00 SOLD 
 
   
     
     
     
     
     
   
 


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SOLDLG-10. NEUMANN BROS.: 16 Gauge shotgun. Repair at the wrist, otherwise the stock is very good. The bores are excellent. Tight crisp locks. Barrel stamped “WARRENTED GOVERNMENT TEST”. $250.00 CANADIAN SALES ONLY.SOLD 
 
 


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LG-11. SKB MODEL 600: 12 Gauge 2 inch chamber Proof Tested. Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.) Inc. Chicago. ILL. “Made by SKB Arms Co. JAPAN”. Exc. Cond. $600.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLY
 
 


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SOLDLG-12: SWEDISH MAUSER M96: 6.5 x 55 Mauser dated 1909. Maker: Carl Gustafs Stads, Gevarsfaktori 1909” stamped on receiver ring. Stock is excellent. Matching except for floor plate. $375.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLYSOLD
 
 


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lSOLDLG-13. LEE-ENFIELD NO.1 MK 1: .303 Cal. Dated 1904. Maker: L.S.A. Co. (London Small Arms Co.) Rear hand guard not original to the gun. Stamped “DP” then over stamped with cancellation bars. For some reason the butt has portion shaved down and re-stamped “1” over “D” Broad Arrow “D” over “504”. Bore is excellent. Bolt not matching. Complete with sling. $700.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLYSOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-14. W.W. GREENER, BIRMINGHAM MARTINI: .303 Cal. Period repair on left side of the stock. This was done during its working life and is barely noticeable, otherwise the stock is excellent. Bore V.G. Tight crisp action. Metal is a lovely blue/brown patina throughout. With Pattern 1888 bayonet.  $850.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLYSOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-15. LEE-ENFIELD MK 1 (T) SNIPER RIFLE: .303 Cal. Dated 1945. Stock is excellent. Bore is excellent! Bolt not matching. Metal retains much of its original blue. $850.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLYSOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-16:  CHILEAN M.95 MAUSER: 7 x 57 Cal. Maker: LUGWIG LOEWE & CO. BERLIN. Bolt not matching. No cleaning rod. Stock is V.G.+. Barrel retains most of its original blue. Bore V.G. $395.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLYSOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-17. LEE ENFIELD NO.4 MK 2: .303 Cal. Dated 1952. Stock is excellent. Retaining most of the original blue. Bore is excellent. $700.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLYSOLD
 
 


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LG-18. RUSSIAN M.1891/30: 7.62 X 54Rmm. Excellent bore. Matching numbers. Excellent wood with original finish. 98% original blue. This is not one of the refinished re-worked surplus guns. For the discerning collector who want only the very best.  This is an excellent WWII Russian rifle.  Complete with original sling. Tula Arsenal dated 1936. CANADIAN SALES ONLY. See Bayonet listing for bayonet. $450.00
 
 


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LG-19. BRITISH P.1844 YEOMANRY CARBINE: .66 Cal. Stock is excellent with “B” Broad Arrow “O” stamp on left side of butt-stock. Barrel is a lovely dark brown patina. Some light pitting at the breech. Tight crisp lock dated “TOWER 1845” with “VR” Cypher. Bore is very nice with only some light pitting. $1500.00
 
 


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SOLDLG-20 . BRITISH SNIDER CAVALRY CARBINE MKIII: .577 Cal. Dated 1870. Excellent stock. Cartouche is faint, but still visible. The barrel is a lovely dark blue/brown patina. Crisp action. Bore is excellent with only a few minor patches of pitting. Complete with original pin protector. $1150.00SOLD                                                                                                                                     


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LG-21. MANTON (JOHN) COACHING GUN: Approx. 16 gauge. Circa 1785-1797. Walnut skeleton stock with chequered wrist. Contemporary repair to the stock on top and below the right hand lock. This was not done to restore the gun but done to continue its functionality as a coaching gun during its working life. 13 inch barrels, surprisingly the bores very good. “MANTON” is engraved on each lock. Manton was considered one of the finest English Gunsmiths and this must be considered one of his more unusual pieces. $3500.00
 


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LG-22  PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE WORKS: Approx. 70 Cal. circa 1850. Brass mounted walnut stock is very nice.The 34 inch barrel has a brown patina and is quite light as is the whole gun weighing in at just over 5 lbs. The tang on the butt-plate is engraved :"27". This is undoubtedly a cadet gun for some academy. Not much is known about the Pennsylvania Rifle Works other than it was onwed by G. Dunlap. The ramrod is a repro. Civil War era. $650.00
 


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Book 1:  DEFENDING THE DOMINION- CANADIAN MILITARY RIFLES 1855-1955- Edgecombe, David W.- This long awaited book describes the process of acquisition and disposal of Canadian long arms from 1855-1955. Its purpose is to acquaint the reader with the personal long arms issued o the Canadian infantryman from the Fenian Raids to the Post-WWII era. Hard cover. 168 pages. Black and white photos. Pub: 2003. Price: $60.00
 
 


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 Book 2: - TREATISE ON THE BRITISH MILITARY MARTINI VOLUME 1 - Author: Temple & Skennerton - Description: This volume details the development of the Martini-Henry rifle from its origin as weapon presented for consideration by the British Governments in 1864 for the army & navy. - Hard Cover- 114 illustrations - Published in 1983 - 256 Pages -Price: $100.00
 
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SOLDBOOK:  WEAPONS OF THE BRITISH SOLDIER by Colonel H.C.B. Rogers, O.B.E.:  This is the story of the weapons used by the British soldier throughout the pages. It starts at the Battle of Hastings in which the seeds of the British army were sown, and it ends with the short magazine Lee-Enfield rifle, which served the British Army through half a century and two world wars. Hard cover 259 pages. 1st Edition 1970.    $8.00 SOLD
 
 


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BOOK: THE ROSS RIFLE STORY  by  R. Phillips, F. Dupuis and John Chadwick. First Edition, 1984. An historical Appraisal of the Ross Rifle. Hard Cover. 475 pages. $275.00
 
 


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SOLDBOOK:  THE CANADIAN GUNSMITHS 1608-1900 by S. James Gooding. This is the story of the Canadian gun makers and the arms which they manufactured. The author has traced the development of the firearms used in Canada through the match-lock, wheel-lock, snaphaunce, flint=lock and percussion ignition periods with emphasis on how the arms used in Canada differed from those used in Europe in the same period. Hard Cover.  308 pages.  $60.00 SOLD
 
 


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