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June 13, 2016

Lot 28: Winchester 70 250-3000 Savage Excellent condition - carbine - 20" round barrel - deluxe checkered walnut pistol grip stock, early twenty line checkering w/steel butt plate with impressed checkering pattern, about Perfect! - blue, retains about 95% blue, loss to floor plate - light handling and hunting marks - Markings: crisp & legible; right side of barrel 2-line address "MADE IN U.S.A. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO./NEW HAVEN, CONN. PATENTS APPLIED FOR" - left side of barrel "WINCHESTER/PROOF STEEL - MODEL 70 - WINCHESTER/TRADE MARK - 250-3000 SAV.-" - Sights: early integral style hooded ramp front sight measuring 2 3/4" long - Carbine - RARE Type II, Transition Model - pre-war receiver characteristics, transition safety, desirable caliber of premium ranking - appears to be an unmarked Weaver 330 scope & Weaver detachable TOP-1" scope rings, Stith scope mount - 1" leather sling - Yr. Mfg.: 1947 - Est. 4500 - 6000 - SN: 64477 - C&R - 7448 more...
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June 13, 2016

Lot 47: Colt Bisley (1st Generation) .38 W.C.F. Excellent condition - revolver - 4.75" rnd barrel - Original Gutta Percha Bisley grips with Rampant Colt with small wear mark on lower right side and owner's initials on the bottom; excellent condition - case/blue, Barrel has about 80% original blue with slight scuff just before Bisley marking; Eject. tube has about 60-65% blue; Cylinder about 40-50% blue on the outside; Trigger has 99%+ of the orig. blue; Hammer has about 60%+ case colors; Frame has 30%+ case colors remaining overall on the outside & inside, otherwise shiny or beginning to gray and speckle; Grip frame has about 65-75%; Overall Very Good to Fine - Markings: Crisp-"(BISLEY MODEL) 38 W.C.F." on left side of bbl.; 2 line Colt through top of bbl.; 2 line patent dates on left side of frame - Sights: Front forged blade; Rear open - First generation single action revolver. Early smokeless powder model, mfg. circa 1904.All corner edges and lettering are sharp and "as-new". All of the screws are exceptionally nice and undamaged. The interior of the cylinder is shiny and looks virtually "as-new". Bore is bright and shiny with a few pits in the grooves, mostly at the top of the bore. Rifling is exceptionally sharp all the way to the muzzle crown. Action function is smooth; detent clicks sound just like a Colt should; cylinder carry up and bolt lock are exactly on time and solid. Stored in a Colt circa 1970s brown box. Note: This revolver is the companion to M92 SRC (also made in 1904) listed in this auction. A fine example! - Yr. Mfg.: 1894-1915 - Est. 2500 - 3000 - SN: 255374 - C&R - Jerry Kuhnhausen Collection - 9636 more...
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