Blue Line ($500 to $2,000)
Great items with shorter descriptions but the same high quality photos - all in the $500 to $2,000 price range - many identifiable by the blue background.
In 1837, the French military adopted the percussion ignition system for their small arms...
When the Colt Model 1848 Dragoon percussion revolver was adopted for general issue by the US Ordnanc..
The name “Nagant” is most often associated with the Model 1895 Russian revolver that bears that name..
This is about a FINE condition example of the US M1816/22 Musket converted to pe..
The Birmingham based gunmaking firm of Tipping & Lawden was the trade name partnership between T..
In 1841 the US Ordnance Department decided to have 500 percussion “Cadet Muskets” manufactured for u..
IIn 1841 the US Ordnance Department decided to have 500 percussion “Cadet Muskets” manufactured for ..
This is a FINE condition example of the Pryse Patent Revolver, which is was retailed ..
On June 14, 1866 the Austro-Prussian War broke out, and at the end of the seven-week conflict, the b..
This is a FINE condition example of the scarce 1st Pattern Spencer Rifle Socket ..
Next to the revolver designs of the Colt’s Patent Firearms Company, few were as widely copied as tho..
Offered here is a really nice example of the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket a..