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US ARMY COLT MODEL 1901

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US ARMY COLT MODEL 1901 MILITARY REVOLVER-MATCHING

Fine condition Colt Model 1901 double action revolver that is a military gun and marked on the pommel “U.S. Army Model 1901”. Pistol is in .38 long colt caliber and gun is serial #169108 and has all matching numbers. Revolver is also inspector proofmarked “R.A.C.” in several places. Action functions fine in single action and double action. Metal finish is a full deep blue that is probably an early reblue. Bore is fine and bright with strong rifling. Walnut grips have a tight fit with some wear on the corners and small inspectors marks, lanyard ring is still on the pommel. A nice example of a classic early U.S. military marked revolver with all matching numbers and clear markings. This U.S. Army Model 1901 Colt will make a good addition to a collection or display.

SPRINGFIELD M1 GARAND

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MAY 1944 BRL DATE-LOCK BAR SIGHT-UNCUT OP ROD

Very good condition WWII US military M1 Garand semi auto rifle in .30-06 caliber that was manufactured by Springfield Armory and is serial number 2971xxx, which dates it to production in June 1944. Rifle has correct Springfield bolt, barrel, op rod, and triggerguard. Barrel is dated “5 44” for May 1944. Rifle comes with original CMP Certificate of Authenticity that is serial numbered to the gun. Rifle is mechanically excellent and has early lock bar rear sight and uncut op rod. Metal finish is original gray parkerized showing some normal wear. Bore is bright and excellent with strong rifling. Later arsenal replacement stock has original finish and shows some normal handling marks and wear. Sole wood marking is “A” under the wrist. Rifle comes with a green web sling. A nice wartime Garand with CMP paper that will make an excellent addition to your collection.

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