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The Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices 2010: Rifles, Pistols & Shotguns

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The All-New, Completely Updated 2010 Edition!

This all-new, completely updated 2010 edition of The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices contains everything you need to identify and price thousands of commercial cartridge firearms from around the world. Based on data collected from auctions, gun shows and retail gun shops from around the country, The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices is an affordable, one-volume field guide to today's hottest collectible rifles, pistols and shotguns. On your desk or in the field, The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices is all you need!

  • An easy-to-use resource for internet auctions, gun shows and retail shops
  • More than 10,000 firearms listings arranged by manufacturer, from A to Z
  • 50,000 firearms values ranked by condition
Pubblicato:
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The Official Gun Digest Book of Guns & Prices 2010 - Gun Digest Books

5th

Edition

The Official

Gun Digest® Book of

GUNS & PRICES

  2010  

Edited by Dan Shideler

© 2010 by

Krause Publications, a division of F+W Media, Inc.

Published by

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ISSN 1936-7783

ISBN 13: 978-1-4402-1114-0

ISBN 10: 1-4402-1114-0

Designed by Tom Nelsen

Edited by Dan Shideler

Printed in the United States of America

CONTENTS

GRADING SYSTEM

PRICING

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

ABOUT THE EDITOR

INTRODUCTION

LISTINGS:

A.A.

A.A.A.

A. J. ORDNANCE

ACCU-TEK

ACHA

ACTION ARMS LTD

ADVANCED SMALL ARMS INDUSTRIES

ADVANTAGE ARMS U.S.A., INC.

AERO

AETNA ARMS CO.

AFC

AGUIRRE

AGUIRRE Y ARANZABAL (AyA)

AJAX ARMY

ALAMO RANGER

ALDAZABAL

ALKARTASUNA FABRICA DE ARMAS

ALL RIGHT FIREARMS CO.

ALPHA ARMS CO.

AMAC

AMERICAN ARMS

AMERICAN ARMS CO.

AMERICAN ARMS, INC.

AMERICAN DERRINGER CORP.

AMERICAN FIRE ARMS MFG. CO., INC.

AMERICAN INDUSTRIES

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL

AMERICAN WESTERN ARMS INC. (AWA)

AMT

ANSCHUTZ

APALOZO HERMANOS

AR-7 INDUSTRIES

ARIZAGA, G.

ARIZMENDI ZULAICA

ARIZMENDI, FRANCISCO

ARMALITE, INC.

ARMERO ESPECIALISTAS (ALFA)

ARMINEX LTD.

ARMINIUS

ARMITAGE INTERNATIONAL, LTD.

ARMS CORPORATION OF THE PHILIPPINES

ARMSCORP OF AMERICA

ARMY & NAVY CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY

AROSTEGUI, EULOGIO

ARRIETA S.L.

ARRIZABALAGA, HIJOS de C.

ARSENAL, INC.

ASTRA-UNCETA SA

ATCSA

ATKIN, HENRY

AUBREY, A.J.

AUGUSTA MACHINE WORKS

AUSTRALIAN AUTOMATIC ARMS LTD.

AUTAUGA ARMS INC.

AUTO MAG

AUTO MAG CORP.

TDE CORP.

TDE CORP.

HIGH STANDARD

TDE-OMC

AMT C SERIES

L. E. JURRAS CUSTOM

KENT LOMONT

AUTO MAG, INC.

AUTO ORDNANCE CORP.

AUTO POINTER

AZPIRI

BACON ARMS CO.

BAER CUSTOM, LES

BAFORD ARMS, INC.

BAIKAL

CURRENTLY IMPORTED BAIKAL SHOTGUNS

BAKER GUN & FORGING CO.

BALL REPEATING CARBINE

BALLARD PATENT ARMS

BALLARD RIFLE AND CARTRIDGE CO.

BALLARD, C. H.

BARRETT F.A. MFG. CO.

BARRETT, J. B. and A.B. & CO.

BAR-STO PRECISION MACHINE

BASCARAN, MARTIN A.

BAUER F. A. CORP.

BAYONNE, MANUFACTURE D’ARMES (MAB)

BECKER AND HOLLANDER

BEEMAN PRECISION ARMS, INC.

BENELLI

BERETTA, PIETRO

BERNEDO, VINCENZO

BERSA

BERTRAND, JULES

BLAKE, J. H.

BLASER JAGDWAFFEN

BLISS, F. D.

BOLUMBURO, G.

BOND ARMS INC.

BORCHARDT

BORSIG

BOSWELL, CHARLES

BOWEN CLASSIC ARMS CORP.

BREDA, ERNESTO

BREN 10

BRETTON

BRITISH DOUBLES

BRNO ARMS

BROLIN ARMS

BROWN CUSTOM, ED

BROWN PRODUCTS, INC., ED

BROWN MANUFACTURING CO.

BROWN PRECISION, INC.

BROWN, E.A. MANUFACTURING CO.

BROWNING ARMS CO.

BRYCO ARMS

BSA GUNS LTD.

BUDISCHOWSKY

BUL TRANSMARK LTD.

BULLARD REPEATING ARMS CO.

BULLDOG SINGLE-SHOT PISTOL

BURGESS GUN CO.

BUSHMASTER FIREARMS INC.

CABANAS, INDUSTRIAS S.A.

CALICO

CAMPO GIRO

CASARTELLI, CARLO

CASPIAN ARMS, LTD.

CASULL ARMS, INC.

CETME

CHAMPLIN FIREARMS

CHAPUIS ARMES

CHARTER 2000, INC.

CHARTER ARMS CORP.

CHEYTAC

CHICAGO F. A. CO.

CHIPMUNK RIFLES/ROGUE RIFLE CO.

CHRISTENSEN ARMS

CHURCHILL

CHURCHILL, E. J. LTD.

CHYLEWSKI, WITOLD

CIMARRON F. A. CO.

CLASSIC DOUBLES

CLEMENT, CHAS

CLERKE PRODUCTS

COBRA ENTERPRISES, INC.

COBRAY INDUSTRIES

COLT’S PATENT FIRE ARMS MANUFACTURING COMPANY

COLT’S SINGLE-ACTION ARMY REVOLVER

COLTON MANUFACTURING CO.

COMANCHE (also see FIRESTORM)

COMMANDO ARMS

COMPETITOR CORP.

CONNECTICUT SHOTGUN MANUFACTURING COMPANY

CONNECTICUT VALLEY ARMS CO.

CONTINENTAL

CONTINENTAL ARMS CO.

CONTINENTAL ARMS CO.

COONAN ARMS CO.

COOPER ARMS

COOPERATIVA OBRERA

COPELAND, FRANK

COSMI, A. & F.

CPA RIFLES

CRESCENT F. A. CO.

CROSSFIRE

CRUCELEGUI, HERMANOS

CUSTOM GUN GUILD

(Ceska Zbrojovka) CZ

CZ

D. W. M.

DAEWOO

DAISY

DAKIN GUN CO.

DAKOTA ARMS, INC.

DALY, CHARLES

DARDICK CORP.

DARNE, S. A.

DAVENPORT FIREARMS CO.

DAVIDSON F. A.

DAVIS, N.R. & CO./DAVIS, N.R & SONS

DAVIS INDUSTRIES

DAVIS-WARNER ARMS CORPORATION

DECKER, WILHELM

DEMRO

DERINGER REVOLVER AND PISTOL CO.

DESERT EAGLE/ISRAELI MILITARY INDUSTRIES

DETONICS MANUFACTURING CORP.

DETONICS USA, LLC

DEUTSCHE WERKE

DOMINO

DORNHEIM, G.C.

DOUBLESTAR, CORP.

DOWNSIZER CORPORATION

DPMS

DRULOV

DSA, INC.

DUBIEL ARMS CO.

DUMOULIN

DUSEK, F.

E.M.F. CO., INC.

EAGLE ARMS

ECHAVE & ARIZMENDI

ECHEVERRIA, STAR-BONIFACIO SA (STAR)

ECHEVERRIA

ECLIPSE

ENTREPRISE ARMS, INC.

ERA

ERMA WERKE WAFFENFABRIK

ERQUIAGA

ERRASTI, A.

ESCODIN, M.

ESPIRIN, HERMANOS

ESCORT

EUROARMS OF AMERICA

EUROPEAN AMERICAN ARMORY CORP

EVANS REPEATING RIFLE CO.

EXCAM

EXEL ARMS OF AMERICA

EXCEL INDUSTRIES

F.A.S.

F.I.E.

FABARM

FABRIQUE NATIONALE

FALCON FIREARMS

FARROW ARMS CO.

FEATHER INDUSTRIES, INC.

FEDERAL ENGINEERING CORP.

FEDERAL ORDNANCE, INC.

FEG (FEGYVER ES GAZKESZULEKGYAR)

FEINWERKBAU

FEMARU

FERLIB

FIALA ARMS COMPANY

FINNISH LION

FIREARMS INTERNATIONAL

FIRESTORM

FLETCHER BIDWELL, LLC

FNH USA, INC.

FOLSOM, H&D ARMS CO.

FOREHAND & WADSWORTH

FOX, A. H.

FRANCHI, L.

FRANCOTTE, A.

FRASER F. A. CORP.

FREEDOM ARMS

FROMMER

FURR ARMS

FYRBERG, ANDREW

GABILONDO Y URRESTI

GALAND, C.F.

GALEF (ZABALA)

GALENA INDUSTRIES INC.

GALESI, INDUSTRIA ARMI

GALIL

GAMBA, RENATO

GARAND

GARATE, ANITUA/G.A.C.

GARATE, HERMANOS

GARBI

GARCIA

GASSER, LEOPOLD

GAUCHER

GAVAGE, A.

GAZANAGA, ISIDRO

GEHA

GEM

GENSCHOW, G.

GERING, H. M. & CO.

GEVARM

GIB

GIBBS GUNS, INC.

GIBBS RIFLE COMPANY

GLISENTI

GLOCK

GOLDEN EAGLE

GONCZ CO.

GOVERNOR

GRAND PRECISION, FABRIQUE D’ARMES DE

GRANGER, G.

GREAT WESTERN ARMS COMPANY

GREEN, E.

GREENER, W. W. LTD.

GREIFELT & CO.

GRENDEL, INC.

GRIFFON

GRULLA

GUERINI, CAESAR

GUIDE LAMP

GUION, T. F.

GUNWORKS LTD.

GUSTAF, CARL

H.J.S. INDUSTRIES, INC.

H-S PRECISION, INC.

HAENEL, C. G.

HAFDASA

HAKIM

HAMILTON RIFLE COMPANY

HAMMERLI, SA

HAMMERLI-WALTHER

HAMMOND BULLDOG

H&R 1871, LLC

HANUS, BILL

HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON, INC.

HARTFORD ARMS & EQUIPMENT CO.

HAWES

HECKLER & KOCH

HEINZELMANN, C.E.

HELFRICHT

HENRION & DASSY

HENRY

HENRY, ALEXANDER

HENRY REPEATING ARMS COMPANY

HERITAGE MANUFACTURING, INC.

HEROLD

HERTER’S

HESSE ARMS

HEYM, F. W.

HI-POINT FIREARMS

HIGGINS, J. C.

HIGH STANDARD MANUFACTURING CORPORATION

HINO-KOMURA

HOLECK, EMANUEL

HOLLAND & HOLLAND, LTD.

HOLLOWAY ARMS CO.

HOLMES FIREARMS

HOOD F. A. CO.

HOPKINS & ALLEN

HOWA MACHINE COMPANY

HUGLU

HUNGARY

HUNTER ARMS CO.

HUSQVARNA

HY-HUNTER, INC.

HYDE & SHATTUCK

I.G.I.

IAB

IAI-AMERICAN LEGENDS

IAR

IGA

INDIAN ARMS CORP.

INGRAM

INTERARMS

INTERDYNAMICS OF AMERICA

INTRATEC USA, INC.

IRWINDALE ARMS, INC.

ISRAELI MILITARY INDUSTRIES

ITHACA GUN CO.

IVER JOHNSON ARMS, INC.

JACQUESMART, JULES

JEFFERY, W. J. & CO. LTD.

JENNINGS F. A., INC.

JERICHO

JOHNSON, STAN, BYE & CO.

K.F.C.(KAWAGUCHIYA FIREARMS CO.)

KAHR ARMS

KASSNAR IMPORTS, INC.

KBI, INC.

KLEINGUENTHER/KDF, INC.

KEBERST INTERNATIONAL

KEL-TEC CNC INDUSTRIES

KENO

KESSLER ARMS CORPORATION

KETTNER, EDWARD

KIMBALL ARMS COMPANY

KIMBER MFG., INC.

KIMBER OF AMERICA

KIMBER OF OREGON, INC.

KING PIN

KIRRIKALE, ENDUSTRISI

KNIGHT’S MANUFACTURING CO.

KOHOUT & SPOLECNOST

KOLB, HENRY M.

KOLIBRI

KOMMER, THEODOR WAFFENFABRIK

KORRIPHILA

KORTH

KRAUSER, ALFRED

KRICO

KRIEGHOFF, HEINRICH, GUN CO.

KRNKA, KAREL

KSN INDUSTRIES

KYNOCH GUN FACTORY

LAHTI

LAKELANDER

LANBER ARMAS S.A.

LANCASTER, CHARLES

LANG, J.

LANGENHAN, FRIEDRICH

LAR MFG. CO.

LASALLE

LASERAIM ARMS

LAURONA

LAW ENFORCEMENT ORDNANCE CORP.

LAZZERONI ARMS COMPANY

LE FRANCAIS

LEFAUCHAUX, CASIMER & EUGENE

LEFEVER ARMS CO.

LEFEVER, D. M., SONS & COMPANY

LES, INC.

LEWIS, G.E.

LIEGEOISE D ARMES

LIGNOSE

LILLIPUT

LINDE A.

LINDSAY, JOHN P.

LITTLE SHARPS RIFLE MFG. CO.

LJUTIC INDUSTRIES

LLAMA

LOEWE, LUDWIG & CO.

LOMBARD, H. C. & CO.

LORCIN ENGINEERING CO., INC.

LUGERS

LUNA

M.O.A. CORP.

MAGNUM RESEARCH, INC.

MALTBY, HENLEY AND CO.

MANN, FRITZ

MANNLICHER SCHOENAUER

MANUFRANCE

MANURHIN

MARATHON PRODUCTS, INC.

MARBLE’S ARMS & MFG. CO.

MARGOLIN

MARIETTE BREVETTE

MARLIN FIREARMS CO.

MAROCCHI ARMI

MATEBA ARMS

MATRA MANURHIN DEFENSE

MAUSER WERKE

MAVERICK ARMS, INC.

M. B. ASSOCIATES-GYROJET

McMILLAN & CO. INC., G. (LATER: HARRIS/MCMILLAN GUNWORKS, HARRIS GUNWORKS)

MENZ, AUGUST

MERCURY

MERCURY

MERIDEN FIREARMS CO.

MERKEL, GEBRUDER

MERRILL

MERWIN & BRAY

MERWIN HULBERT & CO.

MIIDA

MILLER ARMS

MILTECH

MINNEAPOLIS F. A. CO.

MIROKU B. C.

MITCHELL ARMS, INC.

MITCHELL’S MAUSERS

MK ARMS, INC.

MKE

MODESTO SANTOS CIA.

MONDRAGON

MOORE’S PATENT FIREARMS CO.

MORINI

MOSSBERG, O. F. & SONS, INC.

MOUNTAIN ARMS

MOUNTAIN RIFLES, INC.

MUSKETEER RIFLES

NATIONAL ARMS CO.

NAVY ARMS COMPANY

NESIKA BAY PRECISION, INC.

NEW ENGLAND FIREARMS CO.

NEWTON ARMS CO.

NIGHTHAWK CUSTOM

NOBLE

NORINCO

NORTH AMERICAN ARMS

NORTH AMERICAN ARMS CORP.

NORTH AMERICAN SAFARI EXPRESS

NORTON ARMAMENT CORPORATION

NOSLER CUSTOM

NORWICH PISTOL CO.

O.D.I.

OHIO ORDNANCE INC.

OJANGUREN Y VIDOSA

OLYMPIC ARMS, INC.

OMEGA

OMEGA

OMEGA FIREARMS CO.

ORBEA & CIA

ORTGIES, HEINRICH & CO.

OWA

P.A.F./Pretoria Small Arms Factory

PAGE-LEWIS ARMS CO.

PANTHER ARMS

PARA-ORDNANCE MFG. INC. / PARA

PARDINI

PARKER BROS.

PARKER-HALE LTD.

PARKER REPRODUCTIONS

PEABODY

PEDERSEN, JOHN D.

PEDERSEN CUSTOM GUNS

PEDERSOLI, DAVIDE

PERAZZI

PERUGINI & VISINI

PFANNL, FRANCOIS

PHOENIX

PHOENIX ARMS

PICKERT, FRIEDRICH

PIEPER, HENRI & NICOLAS

PILSEN, ZBROVKA

PLAINFIELD MACHINE CO.

PLAINFIELD ORDNANCE CO.

POINTER

POLY-TECHNOLOGIES, INC./POLY-TECH

PRAHA ZBROJOVKA

PRAIRIE GUN WORKS

PRECISION SMALL ARMS

PREMIER

PROFESSIONAL ORDNANCE, INC.

PUMA (Rossi)

PURDEY, J. & SONS LTD.

PYRENEES

QUACKENBUSH

R. G. INDUSTRIES

R.E.

RADOM

RANDALL FIREARMS CO.

RANGER ARMS, INC.

RAPTOR ARMS CO.

RAU ARMS CORP.

RAVELL

RAVEN ARMS

RECORD-MATCH ANSCHUTZ

REEDER, GARY CUSTOM GUNS

REFORM

REICHSREVOLVER

REID, JAMES.

REISING ARMS CO.

REMINGTON ARMS COMPANY, INC.

REPUBLIC ARMS, INC.

RETOLAZA HERMANOS

REUNIES

REXIO DE ARMAS (COMANCHE)

RHEINMETALL (DREYSE)

RHODE ISLAND ARMS CO.

RICHLAND ARMS CO.

RIGBY, JOHN & CO., LTD.

RIVERSIDE ARMS CO.

RIZZINI, BATTISTA

ROBAR AND de KIRKHAVE

ROBAR COMPANIES

ROBINSON ARMAMENT CO.

ROCK ISLAND ARMORY (TRADE NAME OF ARMSCOR)

ROCK RIVER ARMS, INC.

ROGUE RIFLE COMPANY

ROGUE RIVER RIFLEWORKS

ROHM GMBH

ROHRBAUGH

ROMERWERKE

RONGE, J. B.

ROSS RIFLE CO.

ROSSI, AMADEO

ROTTWEIL

ROYAL AMERICAN SHOTGUNS

RUBY ARMS COMPANY

RUGER

RWS

S.A.E.

S.W.D., INC.

SAFARI ARMS

SAKO

SAM, INC.

SARASQUETA, FELIX

SARASQUETA, J. J.

SARASQUETA, VICTOR

SARDIUS

SARSILMAZ

SAUER & SON, J. P.

SAVAGE ARMS CORPORATION

SCATTERGUN TECHNOLOGIES

SCHALL & CO.

SCHMIDT, HERBERT

SCHULER, AUGUST

SCHULTZ & LARSEN

SCHWARZLOSE, ANDREAS

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. BRAND

SECURITY INDUSTRIES

SEDCO INDUSTRIES, INC.

SEDGELY, R. F., INC. - See Kolb.

SEECAMP, L. W. CO., INC.

SEMMERLING

SERBU FIREARMS

SHARPS ARMS CO., C.

SHARPS RIFLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY

SHATTUCK, C. S.

SHERIDAN PRODUCTS, INC.

SHILEN RIFLES, INC.

SHILOH RIFLE MFG. CO., INC.

SIG

SIG-HAMMERLI

SIGARMS/SIG-SAUER

SILMA

SIMPLEX

SIMSON & COMPANY

SIRKIS INDUSTRIES, LTD.

SKB ARMS COMPANY

SMITH AMERICAN ARMS COMPANY

SMITH, L. C.

SMITH, OTIS

SMITH & WESSON

SNAKE CHARMER

SNEIDER, CHARLES E.

SOKOLOVSKY CORP. SPORT ARMS

SPENCER

SPENCER ARMS CO.

SPENCER REVOLVER

SPHINX

SPITFIRE

SPRINGFIELD ARMORY INC./SPRINGFIELD

SQUIBBMAN

SQUIRES BINGHAM MFG. CO., INC.

SSK INDUSTRIES

STAG ARMS

STANDARD ARMS CO.

STAR, BONIFACIO ECHEVERRIA

STEEL CITY ARMS, INC.

STENDA WAFFENFABRIK

STERLING ARMAMENT LTD.

STERLING ARMS CORPORATION

STEVENS ARMS CO., J.

STEYR

STI INTERNATIONAL

STOCK, FRANZ

STOEGER, A. F.

STREET SWEEPER

STURM, RUGER & CO.

SUNDANCE INDUSTRIES, INC.

SUPER SIX LTD.

TACONIC FIREARMS LTD.

TANFOGLIO

TAURUS INTERNATIONAL MFG. CO.

TAYLOR’S & CO., INC.

TERRIER ONE

TEXAS LONGHORN ARMS, INC.

THAMES ARMS CO.

THIEME & EDELER

THOMPSON

THOMPSON/CENTER ARMS

THUNDER FIVE

TIKKA

TIMBER WOLF

TIPPING & LAWDEN

TIPPMAN ARMS

TISAS (TRABZON GUN INDUSTRY CORP.)

TOBIN ARMS MANUFACTURING CO.

TOMISKA, ALOIS

TORKELSON ARMS CO.

TRADEWINDS

TRADITIONS

TRISTAR SPORTING ARMS

TROCAOLA (TAC)

U.S. ORDNANCE

U.S. REPEATING ARMS CO.

UBERTI, ALDO/UBERTI USA

UHLINGER, WILLIAM P.

ULTRA LIGHT ARMS, INC./ NEW ULTRA LIGHT ARMS

UNION FIRE ARMS COMPANY

UNIQUE

UNITED SPORTING ARMS, INC.

UNITED STATES ARMS

UNITED STATES HISTORICAL SOCIETY

UNITED STATES FIRE ARMS MFG

UNIVERSAL FIREARMS

URIZAR, TOMAS

USAS 12

DAEWOO PRECISION IND., LTD.

USELTON ARMS INC.

UZI ISRAELI MILITARY INDUSTRIES

VALKYRIE ARMS, LTD.

VALMET, INC.

VALTRO

VARNER SPORTING ARMS, INC.

VECTOR ARMS, INC.

VEKTOR

VENUS WAFFENWERKE

VERNEY-CARRON

VICKERS, LTD.

VICTORY ARMS CO., LTD.

VOERE

VOLQUARTSEN

VOLUNTEER ENTERPRISES

VOUZELAUD

WALDMAN

WALTHER, CARL

WALTHER MANURHIN

WARNANT, L. AND J.

WARNER ARMS CORPORATION

WEATHERBY

WEAVER ARMS

WEBLEY & SCOTT, LTD.

WEIHRAUCH, HANS HERMANN

WESSON FIREARMS, DAN

WESSON FIREARMS CO., INC.

WESSON, FRANK

WESTERN FIELD

WESTLEY RICHARDS & CO., LTD.

WHITE, ROLLIN

WHITNEY ARMS COMPANY

WHITNEY FIREARMS COMPANY

WHITWORTH

WICHITA ARMS, INC.

WICKLIFFE RIFLES

WIENER WAFFENFABRIK

WILDEY FIREARMS CO., INC.

WILKINSON ARMS CO.

WILSON COMBAT

WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY

WINSLOW ARMS CO.

WOLF SPORTING PISTOLS

WURFFLEIN, ANDREW & WILLIAM

XL HOPKINS & ALLEN

XPERT

HOPKINS & ALLEN

ZEHNER, E. WAFFENFABRIK

ZEPHYR

ZM WEAPONS

ZOLI USA, ANGELO

ZOLI, ANTONIO

ZULAICA, M.

GRADING SYSTEM

In the opinion of the editor, all grading systems are subjective. It is our task to offer the collector and dealer a measurement that most closely reflects a general consensus on condition. The system we present seems to come closest to describing a firearm in universal terms. We strongly recommend that the reader acquaint himself with this grading system before attempting to determine the correct price for a particular firearm’s condition. Remember, in most cases condition determines price.

NIB—New in Box

This category can sometimes be misleading. It means that the firearm is in its original factory carton with all of the appropriate papers. It also means the firearm is new; that it has not been fired and has no wear. This classification brings a substantial premium for both the collector and shooter.

Excellent

Collector quality firearms in this condition are highly desirable. The firearm must be in at least 98 percent condition with respect to blue wear, stock or grip finish, and bore. The firearm must also be in 100 percent original factory condition without refinishing, repair, alterations or additions of any kind. Sights must be factory original as well. This grading classification includes both modern and antique (manufactured prior to 1898) firearms.

Very Good

Firearms in this category are also sought after both by the collector and shooter. Modern firearms must be in working order and retain approximately 92 percent original metal and wood finish. It must be 100 percent factory original, but may have some small repairs, alterations, or non-factory additions. No refinishing is permitted in this category. Antique firearms must have 80 percent original finish with no repairs.

Good

Modern firearms in this category may not be considered to be as collectable as the previous grades, but antique firearms are considered desirable. Modern firearms must retain at least 80 percent metal and wood finish, but may display evidence of old refinishing. Small repairs, alterations, or non-factory additions are sometimes encountered in this class. Factory replacement parts are permitted. The overall working condition of the firearm must be good as well as safe. The bore may exhibit wear or some corrosion, especially in antique arms.

Antique firearms may be included in this category if their metal and wood finish is at least 50 percent original factory finish.

Fair

Firearms in this category should be in satisfactory working order and safe to shoot. The overall metal and wood finish on the modern firearm must be at least 30 percent and antique firearms must have at least some original finish or old re-finish remaining. Repairs, alterations, nonfactory additions, and recent refinishing would all place a firearm in this classification. However, the modern firearm must be in working condition, while the antique firearm may not function. In either case the firearm must be considered safe to fire if in a working state.

Poor

Neither collectors nor shooters are likely to exhibit much interest in firearms in this condition. Modern firearms are likely to retain little metal or wood finish. Pitting and rust will be seen in firearms in this category. Modern firearms may not be in working order and may not be safe to shoot. Repairs and refinishing would be necessary to restore the firearm to safe working order. Antique firearms will have no finish and will not function. In the case of modern firearms their principal value lies in spare parts. On the other hand, antique firearms in this condition may be used as wall hangers or as an example of an extremely rare variation or have some kind of historical significance.

Pricing Sample Format

PRICING

The prices given in this book reflect RETAIL values. This is important. You will generally not realize full retail value if you trade a gun in on another or sell it to a dealer. In this situation, your trade-in gun will be valued at wholesale, which is generally substantially below retail value.

Unfortunately for shooters and collectors, there is no central clearinghouse for firearms prices. The prices given in this book are designed as a guide, not as a quote. This is an important distinction because prices for firearms vary with the time of the year, with geographical location, and sometimes for no apparent reason. For example, interest in firearms is at its lowest point in the summer. People are not as interested in shooting and collecting at this time of the year as they are in playing golf or taking a vacation. Therefore, prices are depressed slightly and guns that may sell quickly during the hunting season or the winter months may not sell well at all during this time of year. Geographical location also plays an important part in pricing. Political pundits are often heard to say that all politics is local. Well, the same can be said, in many ways, for the price of firearms. For instance, a Winchester Model 70 in a .264 caliber will bring a higher price in the Western states than along the Eastern seaboard. Smaller gauges and calibers seem to be more popular along both coasts and midsections of the United States than in the more open western sections of the country.

It is not practical to list prices in this book with regard to time of year or location. What is given is a reasonable price based on sales at gun shows, auction houses, Gun List prices, and information obtained from knowledgeable collectors and dealers. In certain cases there will be no price indicated under a particular condition but rather the notation N/A or the symbol —. This indicates that there is no known price available for that gun in that condition or the sales for that particular model are so few that a reliable price cannot be given. This will usually be encountered only with very rare guns, with newly introduced firearms, or more likely with antique firearms in those conditions most likely to be encountered. Most antique firearms will be seen in the good, fair and poor categories.

Note that the prices in this book are a GENERAL GUIDE as to what a willing buyer and willing seller might agree on. So how is the reader to use this book? Guns & Prices can be used as an identification guide and as a source of starting prices for a planned firearms transaction. If you start by valuing a given firearm according to the values listed in this book, you will not be too far off the mark.

In the final analysis, a firearm is worth only what someone is willing to pay for it. New trends arise quickly, and there are many excellent bargains to be found in today’s market. With patience and good judgment – and with this book under your arm – you, too, can find them.

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

As stated in the pricing section, this publication offers a general guide to prices. There are many factors that may affect the value of a firearm. We have attempted to be as comprehensive as possible, but we cannot cover all possible factors that may influence the worth of any given firearm. Some of these circumstances will be discussed so that the shooter and collector will have a better idea of how certain factors may affect prices.

Firearms have been admired and coveted, not only for their usefulness, but also for their grace and beauty. Since the beginning of the 19th century, firearms makers have adorned their guns with engraving, fine woods, or special order features that set their products apart from the rest. There is no feasible way to give the collector every possible variation of the firearms presented in this book. However, in a general way, certain special factors will significantly influence the price of a firearm.

Perhaps the most recognizable special feature collectors agree affects the price of a firearm is engraving. The artistry, beauty, and intricate nature of engraving draw all collectors toward it. But, firearms engraving is a field unto itself requiring years of experience to determine proper chronological methods and the ability to identify the engraver in question. Factory engraving generally brings more of a premium than after-market engraving. To be able to determine factory work is a difficult task, full of pitfalls. In some cases, factories like Colt and Winchester may have records to verify original factory engraving work. Whereas other manufacturers such as Parker, Remington, or Savage may not have these records. Whenever a firearm purchase is to be made with respect to an engraved gun, it is in the collector’s best interest to secure an expert opinion and/or a factory letter prior to the purchase. Engraved firearms are expensive. A mistake could cost the collector thousands of dollars; proceed with caution.

The 18th century was also a time when pistols and rifles were purchased by or given to historically important individuals. Firearms have also been an important part of significant historical events such as the Battle of the Little Bighorn or the Battle of Bull Run or some other meaningful event in our nation’s history. Many of these firearms are in museums where the public can enjoy, see and appreciate them. Others are in private collections that seldom, if ever, are offered for sale. If the collector should ever encounter one of these historically important firearms, it cannot be stressed strongly enough to secure an expert determination as to authenticity. Museum curators are perhaps the best source of information for these types of firearms. As with engraved guns, historical firearms are usually expensive, and without documentation their value is questionable.

Special features and variations are also a desirable part of firearms collecting. As with engraving, special order guns can bring a considerable premium. The Colt factory has excellent records regarding its firearms and will provide the collector with a letter of authenticity. Winchester records are not as comprehensive, but rifles made prior to 1908 may have documentation. Other firearm manufacturers either do not have records or do not provide the collector with documentation. This leaves the collector in a difficult position. Special order sights, stocks, barrel lengths, calibers, and so forth must be judged on their own merits. As with other factors, an expert should be consulted prior to purchase. Sometimes this can be difficult. Experienced collectors, researchers, and museums will generally provide the kind of information a collector needs before purchasing a special order or unique firearm.

Perhaps the best advice is for the collector to take his time. Do not be in a hurry, and do not allow yourself to be rushed into making a decision. Learn as much as possible about the firearms you are interested in collecting or shooting. Try to keep current with prices through Gun List and this publication. Go to gun shows, not just to buy or sell, but to observe and learn. It is also helpful to join a firearms club or association. These groups have older, experienced collectors who are glad to help the beginner or veteran. Firearms collecting is a rewarding hobby. Firearms are part of our nation’s history and represent an opportunity to learn more about their role in that American experience. If done skillfully, firearms collecting can be a profitable hobby as well.

ABOUT THE EDITOR

A lifelong firearms enthusiast, Dan Shideler is the editor of numerous Krause Publications gun-related titles, including Modern Gun Values and Standard Catalog of® Firearms. He has been privileged to work with many of the finest firearms authorities of the day, including Layne Simpson, Richard Nahas, Jim Supica, John Taffin and Ken Ramage, among others. He is a regular contributor to Gun List and various other publications. He and his wife Karen live in northern Indiana.

INTRODUCTION

Welcome to the fourth edition of The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices, the Little Red Book of the collectible firearms hobby.

In creating this price guide, it was our intent to provide the collector, buyer and seller with an accurate, portable guide to the dynamic world of firearms values. The data contained in these pages are based on what we consider to be the finest firearms reference work of its type, Krause Publications’ Standard Catalog of® Firearms.

Our aim throughout has been to create a truly user-friendly price guide. For this reason, we have chosen to include data dealing mostly with post-1857 cartridge firearms, which account for the majority of the secondary firearms trade. We have, however, included data on those percussion and military firearms (e.g., Colt percussion revolvers and Lugers, respectively) that are most often encountered on the internet, at gun shows and in local dealers’ display cases. For a complete treatment of pre-cartridge and military firearms, we recommend Krause Publications’ Flayderman’s Guide to Antique American Firearms and Their Values and Standard Catalog of® Military Firearms.

A word about firearms values: The values given in this book are intended to be used as a guide, not as a set of hard-and-fast prices. The value of a given firearm is ultimately a function of what someone is willing to pay for it, not what one desires to sell it for. Therefore, the values given in this book are in effect suggested retail prices — and please note the suggested! In any given situation, firearms may sell for more or less than the values cited herein. These variations may be due to local demand, supply, or just plain luck of the draw.

We want this book to be your preferred firearms pricing guide. Therefore, we welcome your feedback. If you have suggestions for ways in which we can improve this book, you can mail your comments to us at The Official Gun Digest® Book of Guns & Prices, c/o Krause Publications, 700 East State Street, Iola, Wisconsin, 54990.

May your firearms collecting always be safe and enjoyable. Happy Hunting!

Cordially,

Dan Shideler

Editor

A

A.A.

Azanza & Arrizabalaga Eibar, Spain

A.A.

A 6.35mm and 7.65mm caliber semi-automatic pistol with a 6- and 9-shot magazine. Many of these pistols are identifiable by the trademark AA on their frames.

Reims

A 6.35mm or 7.65mm caliber semi-automatic pistol with 6- or 8-round magazine capacity. Most of the pistols have their slides marked 1914 Model Automatic Pistol Reims Patent.

A.A.A.

Aldazabal Eibar, Spain

Modelo 1919

A 7.65mm semi-automatic pistol with 9-round magazine capacity. The trademark of a knight’s head over three A’s is on the side of the slide and the grips.

A. J. ORDNANCE

A delayed blowback action that is unique in that every shot was double-action. This pistol was chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge and had a 3.5" stainless steel barrel with fixed sights and plastic grips. The detachable magazine held 6 shots, and the standard finish was matte blue. Chrome plating was available and would add approximately 15 percent to the values listed.

ACCU-TEK

Chino, California

AT-380SS

Introduced in 1991 this semi-automatic pistol is chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge. Fitted with a 2.75" barrel with adjustable for windage rear sight. Black composition grips. Stainless steel construction. Furnished with a 5-round magazine. Weight is about 20 oz.

AT-380 II

Introduced in 2004 this pistol is chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge. It is fitted with a 2.8" barrel. Magazine capacity is 6 rounds. Stainless steel. Magazine release is on bottom of grip. Weight is about 23 oz.

CP-9SS

This semi-automatic double-action-only stainless steel pistol is chambered for the 9mm cartridge and is fitted with a 3.2" barrel with adjustable for windage rear sight. Magazine capacity is 8 rounds. Grips are black checkered nylon. Weight is about 28 oz. Introduced in 1992.

CP-45SS

Similar to the Model CP-9SS but chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. Furnished with a 6-round magazine. Introduced in 1996.

CP-40SS

Introduced in 1992 and similar to the CP-9SS but chambered for .40 S&W cartridge. Furnished with a 7-round magazine.

BL-9

This is a semi-automatic double-action-only pistol chambered for 9mm cartridge and furnished with a 5-round magazine. Barrel length is 3". Grips are black composition. Finish is black. Weight is approximately 22 oz. Introduced in 1997.

BL-380

Similar to the Model BL-9 but chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge. Also introduced in 1997.

HC-380SS

This .380 ACP semi-automatic pistol has a 2.75" barrel. Stainless steel finish. Weight is about 28 oz. Furnished with a 10-round magazine. Introduced in 1993.

AT-32SS

Similar to the Model AT-380SS but chambered for the .32 ACP cartridge. Introduced in 1991.

ACHA

Domingo Acha Vizcaya, Spain

Atlas

A 6.35mm caliber semi-automatic pistol manufactured during the 1920s in the style of the Model 1906 Browning. Grips are plain checkered hard rubber. Some grips had the ACHA trademark of the Count’s head. The name Atlas appears on the slide. Later models incorporated a grip safety.

Looking Glass (Ruby-Style)

This is a 7.65mm semi-automatic pistol in the Ruby-style. These pistols were furnished with a 7-, 9-, or 12-round magazine.

Looking Glass

A 6.35mm or 7.65mm caliber semi-automatic pistol. Various markings are seen on these pistols and their grips as they were sold in both France and Spain by different distributors. The pistol pictured has two trademarks: Domingo Acha on the grips and Fabrique D’Arms de Guerre De Grande Presision on the slide.

ACTION ARMS LTD.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

AT-84, AT-88

This pistol is the Swiss version of of the CZ-75. It is built at ITM, Solothurn, Switzerland. The AT-84 is chambered for the 9mm cartridge. The AT-88 is chambered for the .41 Action Express. Both have a 4.75" barrel. The 9mm pistol has a magazine capacity of 15 rounds while the .41 AE has a capacity of 10 rounds. Finish is either blue or chrome with walnut grips.

AT-84P, AT-88P

As above, with a 3.7" barrel and smaller frame.

AT-84H, AT-88H

As above with a 3.4" barrel and smaller frame.

Timber Wolf Carbine

Introduced in 1989, this slide-action carbine features an 18.5" barrel with adjustable rear sight and blade front sight. Chambered for the .357 Magnum or .38 Special cartridges, it is offered in either blue or hard chrome finish. Weight is approximately 5.5 lbs. Built in Israel by Israel Military Industries.

Action Arms/IMI Uzi Carbine Models A and B

16-inch-barreled semi-auto version of the Uzi submachine gun chambered in 9mm Parabellum. Add 10 percent for nylon Uzi case and accessories. Built by IMI (Israeli Military Industries).

ADVANCED SMALL ARMS INDUSTRIES

Solothurn, Switzerland

one Pro .45

Introduced in 1997 and built in Switzerland by ASAI, this pistol features a 3" barrel chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. It is based on a short recoil operation and is available in double-action or double-action-only. Also available is a kit (purchased separately) to convert the pistol to .400 Cor-Bon caliber. The pistol weighs about 24 oz. empty. The conversion kit has a retail price of $209.00.

ADVANTAGE ARMS U.S.A., INC.

Distributed by Wildfire Sports St. Paul, Minnesota

Model 422

A .22 or .22 Magnum caliber four-barrel derringer with 2.5" barrels. Entirely made of an aluminum alloy. Finished in either blue or nickel-plate. Manufactured in 1986 and 1987.

AERO

Guernica, Spain

Model 1914 (Aero)

A 7.65mm caliber semi-automatic pistol with a 3.25" barrel in the Ruby design. The Aero name is on the slide along with an airplane. Magazine capacity is 7 rounds, weight is about 23 oz.

AETNA ARMS CO.

New York

A .22 caliber spur trigger revolver with an octagonal barrel and 7-shot cylinder. The barrel marked Aetna Arms Co. New York. Manufactured from approximately 1870 to 1880. Copy of the S&W No. 1.

AFC

Auguste Francotte Liege, Belgium

Model 1895

One of the earliest Francotte pistols. Chambered for the 8mm cartridge, it is a lever-operated repeater. Marked A. Francotte & Co. Makers on the top of the slide.

Trainer

A single-shot target pistol made for competition in .22 caliber short. AFC trademark on the left side of the frame. This model was probably not made by Francotte, but sold by that firm and others.

Semi-Auto

A 6.35mm, 6-shot detachable magazine pocket pistol with blue finish. This model was marked A. Francotte A Liege on the frame.

AGUIRRE

Eibar, Spain

A Spanish manufacturer of pistols prior to World War II.

Basculant

A 6.35mm semi-automatic pistol marked on the slide Cal. 6.35 Automatic Pistol Basculant.

LeDragon

As above, with the slide marked Cal. 6.35 Automatic Pistol LeDragon. It is patterened after the Browning Model 1906. A stylized dragon is molded into the grips.

AGUIRRE Y ARANZABAL (AyA)

Eibar, Spain

SIDE-BY-SIDE

Matador Side-by-Side

A 12, 16, 20, 28 or .410 bore boxlock double-barrel shotgun with 26, 28 or 30" barrels, single-selective trigger and automatic ejectors. Blued with a walnut stock. Manufactured from 1955 to 1963.

NOTE: 28 gauge and .410 add 20 percent.

Matador II Side-by-Side

As above, in 12 or 20 gauge with a ventilated rib.

Matador III Side-by-Side

As above, with 3" chambers.

Bolero Side-by-Side

As above, with a non-selective single trigger and extractors. Manufactured until 1984.

Iberia Side-by-Side

A 12 or 20 gauge Magnum boxlock double-barrel shotgun with 26, 28 or 30" barrels, double triggers and extractors. Blued with a walnut stock.

Iberia II Side-by-Side

Similar to the above, in 12 or 16 gauge with 28 barrels and 23/4 chambers.

Model 106 Side-by-Side

A 12, 16, or 20 gauge boxlock double-barrel shotgun with 28" barrels, double triggers and extractors. Blued with a walnut stock. Manufactured until 1985.

Model 107-LI Side-by-Side

As above, with the receiver lightly engraved and an English-style stock. In 12 or 16 gauge only.

Model 116 Side-by-Side

A 12, 16 or 20 gauge sidelock double-barrel shotgun with 27 to 30 barrels, double triggers and ejectors. Engraved, blued with a walnut stock. Manufactured until 1985.

Model 117 Side-by-Side

As above, with 3" chambers.

Model 117 Quail Unlimited Side-by-Side

As above in 12 gauge only with 26 barrels and the receiver engraved Quail Unlimited of North America." Forty-two were manufactured.

Model 210 Side-by-Side

An exposed hammer, 12 or 16 gauge, boxlock shotgun with 26 to 28 barrels and double triggers. Blued with a walnut stock. Manufactured until 1985.

Model 711 Boxlock Side-by-Side

A 12 gauge boxlock double-barrel shotgun with 28 or 30 barrels having ventilated ribs, single-selective trigger and automatic ejectors. Manufactured until 1984.

Model 711 Sidelock Side-by-Side

As above, with sidelocks. Manufactured in 1985 only.

Senior Side-by-Side

A custom order 12 gauge double-barrel sidelock shotgun, gold inlaid and engraved. Made strictly to individual customer’s specifications.

OVER-AND-UNDERS

Model 79 A Over-and-Under

A 12 gauge boxlock over-and-under double-barrel shotgun with 26, 28 or 30" barrels, single-selective trigger and automatic ejectors. Blued with a walnut stock. Manufactured until 1985.

Model 79 B Over-and-Under

As above, with a moderate amount of engraving.

Model 79 C Over-and-Under

As above, with extensive engraving.

Model 77 Over-and-Under

As above, patterned after the Merkel shotgun.

Coral A Over-and-Under

A 12 or 16 gauge over-and-under boxlock double-barrel shotgun with 26 or 28 barrels having ventilated ribs, double triggers and automatic ejectors. Fitted with a Kersten cross bolt. Manufactured until 1985.

Coral B Over-and-Under

As above, with an engraved French case hardened receiver.

RECENTLY IMPORTED SHOTGUNS SIDELOCK/SIDE-BY-SIDE

Model No. 1

This model is offered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge with special English scroll engraving. Fitted with automatic ejectors and straight grip stock with exhibition quality wood.

Model No. 1 Round Body

As above, but with a round body action.

Model No. 1 Deluxe

A deluxe version of the No. 1 with finer wood and engraving.

NOTE: For round body deluxe add $350.

Model No. 2

This model is offered in 12, 16, 20, and 28 gauge, and .410 bore. It has automatic ejectors and straight-grip, select walnut stock.

Model No. 2 Round Body

As above, but with round body action.

Model No. 53

Chambered for 12, 16, and 20 gauge. Features three locking lugs and side clips, automatic ejectors and straight grip stock.

Model No. 56

This model is available in 12 gauge only and features three locking lugs, side clips, special wide action body, and raised matted rib. Select walnut, straight-grip stock.

Model XXV—Sidelock

Offered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge only this model is fitted with a Churchill-type rib. Automatic ejectors and select straight grip walnut stock are standard.

BOXLOCK SIDE-BY-SIDE

Model XXV—Boxlock

This model is available in 12 and 20 gauge only. The select walnut stock is hand checkered with straight grip stock.

Model No. 4

This model is available in 12, 16, 20, and 28 gauge as well as .410 bore. It is fitted with select hand checkered walnut stock with straight grip. Light scroll engraving on this model. Add 75 percent for 28 and .410.

Model No. 4 Deluxe

Same as above, but with select walnut stock and slightly more engraving coverage. Add 75 percent for 28 and .410.

OVER-AND-UNDER

These AyA shotguns are similar in design and appearance to the Gebruder Merkel over-and-under side-locks with three-part forend, Kersten cross bolt, and double under locking lugs.

Model No. 37 Super

This model is available in 12 gauge only with ventilated rib, automatic ejectors, internally gold-plated sidelocks. Offered with three different types of engraving patterns: ducks, scroll, or deep cut engraving. Very few of this model were imported into the U.S.

Model Augusta

This is the top-of-the-line AyA model offered in 12 gauge only. It features presentation wood and deep cut scroll engraving. Very few of this model were imported into the U.S.

NOTE: For extra cost options add approximately:

Pistol grip–$90; Rubber recoil pad–$190; Left-hand gun–$775; Length of pull longer than 15"– $125; Select wood–$235; Deluxe wood–$550; Single non-selective trigger–$400; Single-selective trigger–$600; Chrome-lined barrels–$140; Churchill rib–$375; Raised rib–$180; Extra set of barrels–$1500.

AJAX ARMY

Single-Action

A spur-trigger, single-action, solid-frame revolver that was chambered for the .44 rimfire cartridge. It had a 7" barrel and was blued with walnut grips. It was manufactured in the 1880s.

ALAMO RANGER

Spain

A double-action Spanish copy of the Colt SAA, chambered for the .38 Long Colt or .38 Special. The cylinder held 6 shots. The finish was blued; grips were checkered hard rubber. The maker of this pistol is unknown.

ALDAZABAL

Eibar, Spain Aldazabal, Leturiondo & CIA

Model 1919

A vest pocket semi-automatic pistol copied from the FN Browning Model 1906. Caliber is 6.35mm.

Military Model

A semi-automatic pistol in the Ruby-style. Caliber is 7.65mm with a 9-round magazine.

Aldazabal

Another typical low-quality, Eibar-type semi-automatic. It was a Browning blowback copy, chambered for the 7.65mm cartridge. It had a 7-shot detachable magazine and blued finish with checkered wood grips. This company ceased production before the Spanish Civil War.

ALKARTASUNA FABRICA DE ARMAS

Guernica, Spain

Alkar

A 6.35mm semi-automatic pistol with a cartridge counter in the grip plates. One variation of many built in either 6.35mm or 7.65mm.

Alkar (Ruby-Style)

A 7.65mm semi-automatic pistol built in the Ruby-style. This pistol was supplied to the French government during World War I.

ALL RIGHT FIREARMS CO.

Lawrence, Massachusetts

Squeezer-type pocket pistol invented by E. Boardman and A. Peavy in 1876, was made in .22 cal. and had a 5-shot cylinder with a 1-5/8 or 2-3/8 barrel. The barrel is octagonal with a tube on top of it which houses the sliding trigger. The finish is nickel. The black hard rubber grips have Little All Right & All Right Firearms Co., Manufacturers Lawrence, Mass. U.S.A. molded into them. There were several hundred produced in the late 1870s.Little All Right Palm Pistol

ALPHA ARMS CO.

Flower Mound, Texas

Alpha Arms Co. produced high-grade bolt-action rifles on a semi-custom basis. It manufactured a number of standard models but offered many options at additional cost. Some of these options were custom sights and finishes and an octagonal barrel. These extra features would add to the value of the models listed. This company operated from 1983 until 1987.

Alpha Jaguar Grade I

Built on a Mauser-type action with barrel lengths from 20 to 24. It was chambered for most calibers between .222 Rem. and .338 Win. Mag. The stock was made from a synthetic laminated material that the company called Alphawood. This model was introduced in 1987 and only produced that year.

Jaguar Grade II

Similar to the Grade I with a Douglas Premium barrel.

Jaguar Grade III

Has the Douglas barrel plus a hand-honed trigger and action and a three-position safety like the Winchester Model 70.

Jaguar Grade IV

Has all the features of the Grade III with a specially lightened action and sling-swivel studs.

Alpha Big—Five

Similar to the Jaguar Grade IV chambered for the .300 Win. Mag., .375 H&H Mag. and the .458 Win. Mag. It had a reinforced through-bolt stock to accommodate the recoil of the larger caliber cartridges for which it was chambered. It also had a decelerator recoil pad. This model was manufactured in 1987 only. Add 20 percent for .458.

Alpha Grand Slam

Features the same high quality as the Jaguar models and is available in a left-hand model. It has a fluted bolt, laminated stock, and a matte blue finish. Deduct 10 percent for left-hand version.

Alpha Custom

Similar to the Grand Slam with a select grade stock.

Alpha Alaskan

Similar to the Grand Slam but chambered for the .308 Win., .350 Rem. Mag., .358 Win. and the .458

Win. Mag. It features all stainless steel construction. Add 20 percent for .458.

AMAC

American Military Arms Corporation formerly Iver Johnson Jacksonville, Arkansas

The Iver Johnson Arms Co. was founded in 1871 in Fitchsburg, Massachusetts. It was one of the oldest and most successful of the old-line arms companies on which our modern era has taken its toll. In 1984 the company moved to Jacksonville, Arkansas; in 1987 it was purchased by the American Military Arms Corporation. This company has released some of the older designs as well as some new models. In 1993 the company went out of business. The original Iver Johnson line is listed under its own heading.

U.S. Carbine .22

This is a semi-automatic, military-style carbine that is patterned after the M1 of WWII fame. It is chambered for the .22 LR cartridge, has an 18.5" barrel and features military-style peep sights and a 15-shot detachable magazine.

Wagonmaster Lever Action Rifle

This model is chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridge, has an 18.5" barrel and is styled after the Win. 94. The stock has a straight grip; and the forend, a barrel band. There are adjustable sights and a tube magazine that holds 15 LR cartridges.

Wagonmaster .22 Magnum

This model is the same as the Wagonmaster except that it is chambered for the .22 rimfire magnum.

Targetmaster Pump-Action Rifle

This model is a slide- or pump-action that is chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridges. It has an 18.5" barrel with adjustable sights and a straight grip stock. It holds 12 LR cartridges.

Li’L Champ Bolt-Action Rifle

This model is a scaled-down single-shot that is chambered for the .22 rimfire cartridges. It has a 16.25 barrel, adjustable sights, a molded stock, and nickel-plated bolt. This model is 33 overall and is designed to be the ideal first rifle for a young shooter.

M .30 Cal. Carbine

A military-style carbine styled after the M1 of WWII fame. It is chambered for the .30 Carbine cartridge and has an 18" barrel with military-style sights and hardwood stock. There are detachable 5-, 15-, and 30-round magazines available.

Paratrooper .30 Carbine

This model is similar to the M1 model with a folding stock.

Enforcer .30 Carbine

This is a 9.5" pistol version of the M1 Carbine. It has no buttstock.

Long Range Rifle System/AMAC Model 5100

This is a specialized long-range, bolt-action rifle chambered for the .50 Cal. Browning Machine gun cartridge. It has a 33" barrel and a special muzzlebrake system. A custom order version in the .338 or .416 caliber is also available.

TP-22 and TP-25

This model is a compact, double-action, pocket automatic that was styled after the Walther TP series. Chambered for either the .22 rimfire or the .25 centerfire cartridges, it has a 2.75" barrel, fixed sights and black plastic grips. The detachable magazine holds 7 shots and the finish is either blue or nickel-plated. The nickel-plated version is worth 10 percent more than the blue.

AMAC 22 Compact or 25 Compact

This is a compact, single-action, semi-automatic pocket pistol that is chambered for the .22 rimfire or the .25 ACP cartridge. It has a 2" barrel, 5-shot magazine, plastic grips and blue or nickel finish. Add 10 percent for nickel.

AMERICAN ARMS

Garden Grove, California

Eagle .380

This pistol was a stainless steel copy of the Walther PPKS. It was a semi-auto blowback that was chambered for the .380 ACP. It was double-action and had a 3.25" barrel and a 6-shot detachable magazine. An optional feature was a black Teflon finish that would increase the value by 10 percent. This company ceased production in 1985.

AMERICAN ARMS CO.

Boston, Massachusetts

Fox Model Swing Out Hammer Double

Manufactured from 1870 to 1884, designed by George H. Fox, not to be confused with A.H. Fox. This model is unusual in that the barrel swings to the right for loading and the barrel release is located on the tang. It comes in 10 and 12 gauge, 26, 28, 30 and 32, with twist, Damascus or laminated barrels. Early production models have conventional soldered together barrels. Later variations after 1878 feature a unique design in that the barrels are dovetailed together. These guns could be ordered with several options and choices of finish; this would add premium value to a particular gun.

Semi-Hammerless Double

Manufactured from 1892 to 1901. This model features a cocking lever that cocks an internal firing pin. It comes in 12 gauge with 30" twist barrels.

Whitmore Model Hammerless Double

Manufactured from 1890 to 1901. It comes in 10, 12, and 16 gauge with 28, 30 or 32" twist, laminated or Damascus barrels. It is marked Whitmore’s patent.

Semi-Hammerless Single-Barrel

Manufactured from 1882 to 1901. It comes in 10, 12, and 16 gauge with 28, 30 or 32" twist or Damascus barrel.

TOP BREAK REVOLVERS

Spur Trigger—Single-Action Five-Shot Revolver These revolvers were made between 1883 and 1887 in .38 S&W only. They feature an unusual manual ring extractor and double-fluted cylinder. They are nickel plated with hard rubber grips and are marked American Arms Company Boston Mass.

Standard Trigger Double-Action Model 1886 Revolver

This model has a standard trigger and trigger guard, comes in .32 short and .38 S&W with a 3.5" barrel, in blue or nickel finish. The early models are equipped with the ring extractor and double fluted cylinder. Later variations have a standard star extractor and single fluted cylinder.

Hammerless Model 1890 Double-Action

These guns were manufactured from 1890 to 1901. It has an adjustable single- or double-stage trigger pull and several unusual safety devices. It comes in .32 and .38 S&W with a 3.25 ribbed barrel, fluted cylinder, nickel finish, hard rubber grips with logo and ivory or mother of pearl grips. It is marked American Arms Co. Boston/Pat. May 25, 1886. The top strap is marked Pat. Pending on early models and Pat’s May 25’86/Mar 11’89/June 17’90" on later models.

Double-Barrel Derringers

American Arms Co. manufactured a two-barrel derringer-style pocket pistol. The barrels were manually rotated to load and fire the weapon. The pistol had a nickel-plated brass frame, blued barrels, and walnut grips. The markings were: American Arms Co. Boston, Mass. on one barrel and Pat. Oct. 31, 1865 on the other barrel. There were approximately 2,000-3,000 produced between 1866 and 1878. Beware of fakes!

Combination .22 caliber R.F. and .32 caliber R.F.

A two-caliber combination with 3" barrel, square butt only. The most common variation.

.32 caliber R.F., Both Barrels

3" barrel with square butt.

.32 caliber R.F., Both Barrels

2-5/8" barrel with bird’s-head grips.

.38 caliber R.F., Both Barrels

2-5/8" barrel with bird’s-head grips. A rare variation.

.41 caliber R.F., Both Barrels

2-5/8" barrel with square butt only.

AMERICAN ARMS, INC.

North Kansas City, Missouri

SIDE-BY-SIDE SHOTGUNS

Gentry-York

These two designations cover the same model. Prior to 1988 this model was called the York. In 1988 the receiver was casecolored and the designation was changed to the Gentry. This model was chambered for 12, 20, 28 gauge and .410. It had chrome-lined barrels from 26 to 30 in length, double triggers, 3" chambers, and automatic ejectors. The boxlock action featured scroll engraving, and the walnut stock was hand checkered. It was introduced in 1986.

10 Gauge Magnum Shotgun

A 10 gauge with 3.5 chambers and 32 barrels. It featured a scroll-engraved, chromed boxlock action and double triggers. It was imported from Spain in 1986 only.

12 Gauge Magnum Shotgun

As above but chambered for 12 gauge 3-1/2" magnum shell.

Brittany

Chambered for 12 and 20 gauge with 25 or 27 barrels with screw-in choke tubes. It had a solid matted rib and a case-colored, engraved boxlock action. Automatic ejectors and a single-selective trigger were standard on this model, as was a hand checkered, walnut, straight grip stock with semi-beavertail forend. This model was introduced in 1989.

Turkey Special

A utilitarian model designed to be an effective turkey hunting tool. It is chambered for the Magnum 10 and 12 gauges and has 26" barrels. The finish is parkerized, and the stock is also finished in a non-glare matte. Sling-swivel studs and a recoil pad are standard. This model was introduced in 1987.

Waterfowl Special

Similar to the Turkey Special but chambered for the 10 gauge only. It is furnished with a camouflaged sling. Introduced in 1987.

Specialty Model

Similar to the Turkey Special and offered in 12 gauge 3-1/2" magnum.

Derby

Chambered for the 12 and 20 gauge. It has 26 or 28 barrels with 3" chambers and automatic ejectors. Either double or single-selective triggers are offered, and the sidelock action is scroll engraved and chromed. The checkered straight grip stock and forearm are oil-finished. This model was introduced in 1986. No longer imported.

Grulla #2

Top-of-the-line model chambered for 12, 20 and 28 gauge and .410. The barrels are 26 or 28 with a concave rib. The hand-fitted full sidelock action is extensively engraved and case-colored. There are various chokes, double triggers, and automatic ejectors. The select walnut, straight grip stock and splinter forend is hand checkered and has a hand-rubbed oil finish. This model was introduced in 1989. No longer imported.

O/U SHOTGUNS

F.S. 200

A trap or skeet model that was chambered for 12 gauge only. It had 26 Skeet & Skeet barrels or 32 Full choke barrels on the trap model. The barrels were separated and had a vent rib. The boxlock action had a Greener crossbolt and was either black or matte chrome-plated. It featured a single-selective trigger, automatic ejectors, and a checkered walnut pistol grip stock. The F.S. 200 was imported in 1986 and 1987 only.

F.S. 300

Similar to the F. S. 200 with lightly engraved side plates and a 30" barrel offered in the trap grade. It was imported in 1986 only.

F.S. 400

Similar to the F.S. 300 with an engraved, matte chrome-plated receiver. It was imported in 1986 only.

F.S. 500

Similar to the F.S. 400 with the same general specifications. It was not imported after 1985.

Waterfowl Special

Chambered for the 12 gauge Magnum with 3.5 chambers. It has 28 barrels with screw-in choke tubes. There are automatic ejectors and a single-selective trigger. The finish is parkerized with a matte finished stock, sling swivels, and camouflaged sling and a recoil pad. It was introduced in 1987.

Waterfowl 10 Gauge

The same as the Waterfowl Special but is chambered for the 10 gauge Magnum with double triggers.

Turkey Special

Similar to the Waterfowl Special 10 gauge with a 26" barrel with screw-in choke tubes.

Lince

Chambered for the 12 and 20 gauge and had 26 or 28 barrels with 3" chambers and various chokes. The boxlock action had a Greener crossbolt and was either blued or polished and chrome-plated. The barrels were blued with a ventilated rib. It had a single-selective trigger and automatic ejectors. The Lince was imported in 1986 only.

Silver Model

Similar to the Lince with a plain, unengraved, brushed-chrome-finished receiver. It was imported in 1986 and 1987.

Silver I

Similar to the Silver but is available in 28 gauge and .410, as well as 12 and 20 gauge. It also has a single-selective trigger, fixed chokes, extractors, and a recoil pad. It was introduced in 1987.

NOTE: Add $25 for 28 gauge and .410 bore guns.

Silver II

Similar to the Silver I with screw-in choke tubes, automatic ejectors, and select walnut. It was introduced in 1987.

NOTE: Add $25 for 28 gauge and .410 bore guns.

Silver II Lite

Introduced in 1994 this model is designed as an upland game gun. Offered in 12, 20, and 28 gauge with 26 barrels. Chambered for both 2-3/4 and 3" shells. Frame is made from a lightweight steel alloy. No longer imported.

Silver Competition/Sporting

Offered in 12 gauge with a choice of 28 or 30 barrels which are made from chrome moly. Barrels have elongated forcing cones, chromed bores and are ported to help reduce recoil. Comes with interchangeable choke tubes. The single-selective trigger is mechanical. Weighs about 7-1/2 pounds. In 1996 a 20 gauge model was added with 28 barrel and 3 chambers.

Silver Hunter

Introduced in 1999 this model is offered in 12 and 20 gauges with 26 and 28 barrels. Single-selective trigger with extractors. Choke tubes standard. Weight is about 7 lbs.

Bristol (Sterling)

Chambered for 12 and 20 gauge. It has various barrel lengths with a vent rib and screw-in choke tubes. The chambers are 3", and the chrome-finished action is a boxlock with Greener crossbolt and game scene engraved side plates. There are automatic ejectors and a single-selective trigger. It was introduced in 1986, and in 1989 the designation was changed to the Sterling. No longer imported.

Sir

Chambered for the 12 and 20 gauge with 3" chambers, various barrel lengths and chokings and a ventilated rib. The chrome-finished sidelock action has a Greener crossbolt and is engraved with a game scene. There are automatic ejectors and a single-selective trigger. This model was imported in 1986. No longer imported.

Royal

Chambered for the 12 and 20 gauge. It is manufactured in various barrel lengths and chokes with a vent rib and 3" chambers. The chrome-finished sidelock action has a Greener crossbolt and is profusely scroll-engraved. It has automatic ejectors and a single-selective trigger. The select pistol grip walnut stock is hand checkered and oil-finished. This model was imported in 1986 and 1987. No longer imported.

Excelsior

Similar to the Royal with extensive deep relief engraving and gold inlays. This model was imported in 1986 and 1987. No longer imported.

SINGLE-BARREL SHOTGUNS

AASB

The standard single-barrel, break-open, hammerless shotgun. It is chambered for 12 and 20 gauge and .410. It has a 26 barrel with various chokes and 3 chambers. It has a pistol grip stock and a matte finish. It was introduced in 1988. No longer imported.

Campers Special

Similar to the standard model with a 21" barrel and a folding stock. It was introduced in 1988. No longer imported.

Single-Barrel Shotguns Youth Model

Chambered for the 20 gauge and .410 and has a 12.5" stock with a recoil pad. It was introduced in 1989. No longer imported.

Slugger

This version has a 24" barrel with rifle sights. It is chambered for the 12 and 20 gauge and has a recoil pad. No longer imported.

10 Gauge Model

Chambered for the 10 gauge 3.5 Magnum. It has a 32 full choke barrel and a recoil pad. This model was introduced in 1988. No longer imported.

Combo Model

Similar in appearance to the other single-barrel models but is offered in an interchangeable-barreled rifle/shotgun combination—the 28 barreled .22 Hornet and the 12 gauge, or the 26 barreled .22 LR and 20 gauge. This model was furnished with a fitted hard case to hold the interchangeable barrels. It was introduced in 1989. No longer imported.

SEMI-AUTO SHOTGUNS

Phantom Field

Chambered for 12 gauge and fitted with choice of 24, 26, or 28 barrels. Fitted with 3 chamber. Gas operated action. Choke tubes standard. Five-round magazine. Checkered walnut stock. Weight is about 7 lbs. Introduced in 1999.

Phantom Synthetic

Same as model above but furnished with checkered synthetic stock. Weight is about 6.75 lbs. Introduced in 1999.

Phantom HP

This model features a 19" threaded barrel for external choke tubes. Five-round magazine. Weight is about 6.75 lbs. Introduced in 1999.

RIFLES

Model ZCY.308

Essentially the same rifle as the ZCY.223 — only it is chambered for the .308 cartridge. This model was imported in 1988 only.

AKY39

The semi-automatic version of the Soviet AK-47 as it is manufactured by Yugoslavia. It is offered with folding tritium night sights and a wooden fixed stock. It was imported in 1988.

AKF39

The same rifle as the AKY39 with a metal folding stock.

AKC47

Basically the same rifle as the AKY39 without the tritium night sights.

AKF47

The same rifle as the AKC47 with a metal folding stock.

EXP-64 Survival Rifle

A .22 caliber, semi-automatic takedown rifle. It is self-storing in a floating, oversized plastic stock. The rifle has a 21" barrel with open sights and a crossbolt safety. There is a 10-shot detachable magazine. Importation by American Arms began in 1989.

SM-64 TD Sporter

A .22 LR semi-automatic with a takedown 21" barrel. It has adjustable sights and a checkered hardwood stock and forend. Importation began in 1989.

1860 Henry

Replica of lever action Henry rifle. Brass frame. Steel half-octagon barrel with tube magazine. Chambered for .44-40 or .45 Long Colt. Offered in 24 or 18.5 barrels. Weight with 24" barrel is about 9.25 lbs. Built by Uberti.

1866 Winchester

Replica of Winchester 1866. Offered in .44-40 or .45 Long Colt. Barrel lengths in 24 or 19. Brass frame. Weight is about 8.25 lbs. for 24" barrel model. Built by Uberti.

1873 Winchester

Replica of Winchester Model 1873. Offered with choice of 24 or 30 barrels. Chambered for .44-40 or .45 Long Colt. Case hardened steel frame. Weight is about 8.25 lbs. for 24" model. Built by Uberti.

NOTE: Add $80 for 30" barrel.

1885 Single-Shot High Wall

Chambered for .45-70 cartridge this Winchester replica is fitted with a 28" round barrel. Weight is about 8.75 lbs. Built by Uberti.

Sharps Cavalry Carbine

This Sharps replica is fitted with a 22" round barrel and chambered for the .45-70 cartridge. Adjustable rear sight. Weight is about 8 lbs.

Sharps Frontier Carbine

Similar to the Cavalry carbine but with a 22" octagonal barrel and double set triggers. Weight is about 7.75 lbs.

Sharps Sporting Rifle

This model features a 28" octagonal barrel chambered for either the .45-70 or .45-120 cartridge. Double set triggers. Adjustable rear sight. Checkered walnut stock. Weight is about 9 lbs.

Sharps 1874 Deluxe Sporting Rifle

Similar to the above model but with browned barrels.

HANDGUNS

Model EP-.380

A high-quality, stainless steel pocket pistol that is chambered for the .380 ACP cartridge. It is a double-action semi-automatic that holds 7 shots and has a 3.5" barrel. The grips are checkered walnut. Imported from West Germany beginning in1988.

Model PK-22

A domestic semi-automatic that is chambered for the .22 LR. It is a double-action with a 3.5" barrel and an 8-shot finger extension magazine. It is made of stainless steel and has black plastic grips. This model is manufactured in the U.S.A. by American Arms.

Model CX-22

A compact version of the PK-22 with a 2.75" barrel and a 7-shot magazine. Manufacture began in 1989.

Model TT Tokarev

The Yugoslavian version of the Soviet Tokarev chambered for 9mm Parabellum and with a safety added to make importation legal. It has a 4.5" barrel, 9-shot magazine and a blued finish with checkered plastic grips. Importation began in 1988.

Model ZC-.380

A scaled-down version of the Tokarev that is chambered for the .380 ACP. It has a 3.5" barrel and holds 8 shots. The finish and grips are the same as on the full-sized version. Importation from Yugoslavia began in 1988.

Aussie Model

Introduced in 1996, this is an Australian-designed semi-automatic pistol made in Spain. Chambered for the 9mm or .40 S&W cartridge it has a polymer frame with nickeled steel slide. Sold with 10-shot magazine. Barrel length is 4-3/4" and weight is 23 oz.

Regulator

Built by Uberti this single-action revolver has a case hardened frame, polished brass trigger guard and backstrap. Barrel and cylinder are blued.

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