Gallery of Featured Collector Grade Rifles
COLLECTORS ONLY FIREARM PAGE Gallery II
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* All collector items offered in our galleries are available for inspection and immediate sale in our Middle Island, Long Island NY showroom BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. We have additional photographs of all guns and can send them to you on request or take additional photos if requested and item is still available.
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CF5 Springfield Armory 1903. Early 1909. 137237. Early features include; straight stock, finger groove, script cartouche, 3/09 barrel with mint bright bore, flat top no-sight groove handguard ( has a 6″ repairable longitudinal crack ), and all early milled proper serrifed font marked parts where expected. Rifle is in amazingly nice shape for a ’09. Original examples from this era are scarce. 75%+ nice patina over blue. $2,095
CF6 Springfield Armory 1903. Early featured rifle. 256091. BHM cartouched finger-groove stock with early straight profile on left side, P proof. ’05 dated barrel with bright sharp bore. Metal finish turned brown patina over original blue. Straight bolt handle and early no sighting groove hand guard. Single stock bolt. Overall very good condition. $1,895
CF7 Springfield Armory 1873 Trapdoor. A fine example. serial number 241682. Receiver is marked “U.S Model 1873” and the stock cartouche reads “Detroit Board of Commerce” and “LMP 1883.” the barrel bands are marked “U” and the buttplate is stamped “U.S” This rifle is in very good overall condition $2,495
CF8 Springfield Armory WWII M1 Garand. This original as issue rifle is dated 2/45 with a serial number of 3547446. The Barrel gauges a 2.5 at the throat and a 1 at the muzzle. The stock has all correct markings with the “SA GAW” cartouche and small crossed canon and circle P on the grip. There are some handling marks on the stock from long term storage and a D stamped into the cartouche but is still in fantastic overall condition with no import or rebuild marks. $4,195
CF9 Harrington & Richardson Post War M1 Garand. This original as issue rifle is dated 7/55 with a serial number of 5662398. The throat erosion is a 3 with a muzzle erosion of 1.5. This rifle has the correct long shelf HRA stock with eagle and stars cartouche and a circle P on the grip. The left side of the stock is lighter in color and the front handguard does have some handling marks but this rifle still has plenty of the original cosmoline intact and there are no rebuild or import marks. $3,195
CF10 Springfield Armory Post War M1 Garand. This original as issue rifle is a rare 4 million serial number range M1 Garand built in mid 1953 with a serial number of 4280656. The throat erosion is a 4 with a muzzle reading of 1.5. The stock has the correct “SA JLG” and cross canon cartouche with the circle P on the grip. There are some dents in the left side of the stock from long term storage but this rifle is in fantastic overall condition with a beautiful finish on both the wood and metal. There are no rebuild or import marks on this rifle. $2,595