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  1. USSR Ishevsk TT-33 7.62x25mm Pistol (AUX11030)

    USSR Ishevsk TT-33 7.62x25mm Pistol (AUX11030)

    Made by Ishevsk in 1944, this TT-33 is in excellent condition externally. The pistol retains the majority of its blue, and the black grips are in excellent condition. There are minor marks only to the finish of the pistol. The pistol has seen use, and the barrel shows a little wear and some light pitting. The pistol has US import marks on the left hand side of the frame (and, has been incorrectly marked as Tula manufacture).

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    $595.00

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  2. Italian Bernardelli Model 60 9mm Short Pistol (15191)

    Italian Bernardelli Model 60 9mm Short Pistol (15191)

    The Model 60 was introduced in 1961 and was an update of Bernardelli's previous Pocket Model, the frame forgings being improved to give a more streamlined appearance. The M60 used twin recoil springs to soften the recoil movement of the slide and was available in .22LR, 7.65mm (.32ACP), or 9mm Short (.380).

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    $325.00
  3. Italian Bernardelli Model 60 9mm Short Pistol (15553)

    Italian Bernardelli Model 60 9mm Short Pistol (15553)

    The Model 60 was introduced in 1961 and was an update of Bernardelli's previous Pocket Model, the frame forgings being improved to give a more streamlined appearance. The M60 used twin recoil springs to soften the recoil movement of the slide and was available in .22LR, 7.65mm (.32ACP), or 9mm Short (.380).

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    $325.00
  4. Italian Bernardelli Model 60 9mm Short Pistol (15164)

    Italian Bernardelli Model 60 9mm Short Pistol (15164)

    The Model 60 was introduced in 1961 and was an update of Bernardelli's previous Pocket Model, the frame forgings being improved to give a more streamlined appearance. The M60 used twin recoil springs to soften the recoil movement of the slide and was available in .22LR, 7.65mm (.32ACP), or 9mm Short (.380).

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    $325.00
  5. French MAB Model D 7.65mm Pistol (D532227)

    French MAB Model D 7.65mm Pistol (D532227)

    Introduced in 1933 the MAB Model D was basically a lengthened Model C. Originally offered in 7.65mm, it was later also offered in 9mm Short. The MAB Model D remained in production until the company closed.

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    $295.00
  6. French MAB Model D 7.65mm Pistol (D517738)

    French MAB Model D 7.65mm Pistol (D517738)

    Introduced in 1933 the MAB Model D was basically a lengthened Model C. Originally offered in 7.65mm, it was later also offered in 9mm Short. The MAB Model D remained in production until the company closed.

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    $295.00
  7. Yugoslavian Mauser M48A 8x57mm Rifle (46564)

    Yugoslavian Mauser M48A 8x57mm Rifle (46564)

    These Yugoslavian M48A Mauser rifles are in unissued condition. The woodwork has some extremely minor marks as a result of storage. Both blueing and metalwork are excellent. The barrels are unfired. All serial numbers are matching.

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    $1,370.00

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  8. British BSA No.4 Mk.I .303 Rifle (W7442)

    British BSA No.4 Mk.I .303 Rifle (W7442)

    Made by BSA in 1943, this No.4 Mk.I rifle has the the rough external finish peculiar to rifles of this period. The parts are blued rather than painted, a finish adopted later in the war. The woodwork is walnut, and like the metal parts has a rougher finish than that normally found on British rifles.

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    $1,250.00
  9. Argentine Ludwig Loewe Model 1891 7.65mm Rifle (H8010)

    Argentine Ludwig Loewe Model 1891 7.65mm Rifle (H8010)

    Made by Ludwig Loewe in Berlin, this Argentine M1891 is in excellent condition. The majority of the blueing remains on the rifle. The woodwork has minor marks. The barrel is likewise in excellent condition. All markings are clear, apart from the Argentine crest which would have originally been on the receiver. As is common with these rifles, this has been ground off, although the crest on the butt remains. All serial numbers are matching.

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    $1,595.00
  10. Deutche Werke Ortgies Patent 7.65mm Pistol (146590)

    Deutche Werke Ortgies Patent 7.65mm Pistol (146590)

    This Ortgies Patent pistol is in very good condition externally, and has only minor marks to the original blued finish and wood grips. The barrel is in poor condition, having almost no rifling and some slight pitting.

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    $495.00

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