Antiques & Militaria
We have a wide selection of firearms from World War II, World War I, the Civil War, and everything in between! If you're looking for a specific type, try the sub-categories to the left!
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One of 336,000 Model 1849 pocket pistols produced by Colt, the '49 pocket was the successor to Colt'..
The Colt Model 1878 is a double-action revolver that was manufactured by Colt's Manufacturing Compan..
This is a nice Colt 1877 Lightning Store Keeper's model .38 caliber revolver. It was made in 1879 an..
This is a German Navy Mauser HSC made during World War II. It is the 4th variation, with the proof o..
This is a top example of a late, 1943 production, Mauser-made, "byf 43" P.38 pistol in about 90%= co..
This is an example of a vet bring-back, grade II variant P35(p) ViZ 35 Radom Pistol. This is a late ..
This is a nice example of a completely original and matching Radom P.35 with an early, slotted frame..
This is an excellent example of a scarce production commercial eagle "N" Proofed Army inspected "E35..
This is rarely-encountered, early, pre-January 15,1940 Crown "N" range instead of Eagle/N. It was pr..
This is a very nice example of a Walther-made, "ac 44"-coded P.38, manufactured in the "f" block. It..
Produced in late 1944 or early 1945, this gun features a 98% rough late-war finish. This gun has the..
This interesting little pistol was produced toward the very end of the war, possibly in April of 194..
This is a nice, minty Walther PP that was produced in late 1945 and probably never shipped from the ..
This is a very nice and and very rare 1913 Webley & Scott Mark I Self-Loading Pistol chambered i..
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