By Jerry Lee
The Standard Catalog of Firearms is the popular table reference consultant to the area of old, classic and smooth firearms from all over the world, with over 26,000 listings of collectible and glossy firearms.
- The hobby's simply illustrated firearms pricing and identity guide
- Includes a mix of positive factors ("Sleeper" indicators, colour photograph part) present in no different firearms guide
- 16-pp. colour photograph part showcasing the most well liked tendencies of the year
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2: Manufactured from 1842 to 1847, at Norwich, Connecticut. Version similar to Bar Hammer. Curved hammer without spur. Few hundred manufactured between early 1830s and 1840s. NIB — Exc. — No. 1: Manufactured from 1830s until 1842, at Grafton, Massachusetts. G. — Good 2900 Fair 1300 No. 3: Manufactured from 1847 to 1865, at Worchester, Massachusetts. Poor 400 Side Hammer Pistol Single-shot target-type pistol. 45-caliber percussion. Part-octagon barrel from 6" to 10" in length. Wooden ramrod mounted under barrel.
Had 2" to 5" octagon barrel. Frame slightly smaller than belt model. NIB — Exc. G. 7500 Good 4500 Fair 1875 Poor 500 Center Hammer Navy Revolver Similar to Army Revolver. 5" full-octagon barrel. Examples have been noted with 5", 6" or 8" barrels. NIB — Courtesy Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Early Production 100 manufactured. NIB — Exc. G. — Good 1300 Fair 725 Poor 250 1,000 manufactured. NIB — Exc. G. 2100 Good 975 Fair 400 Poor 225 Side Hammer Navy Revolver Large-frame military-type revolver.
G. 5" pistol version of M1 Carbine. No buttstock. NIB 625 Exc. G. 395 Good 300 Fair 150 Poor 100 Long Range Rifle System/AMAC Model 5100 Specialized long-range bolt-action rifle. 50-caliber Browning Machine gun cartridge. Has 33" barrel and special muzzlebrake system. 416-caliber also available. NIB 4100 Exc. G. 2900 Good 2000 Fair 900 Poor 450 TP-22 and TP-25 Compact double-action pocket automatic styled after Walther TP series. 25 centerfire cartridges. 75" barrel, fixed sights and black plastic grips.