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This is a Smith and Wesson Model 559 in brilliant and all-unique condition. A creation run of only 10,609 of these guns ran somewhere in the range of 1981 and 1982. The DA/SA self-loader Model 559 gun was presented as the full carbon-steel adaptation of the super load amalgam outlined Model 459, which was likewise presented and underway by 1981. The Model 559 highlighted a machined carbon steel edge and slide, a production line matte blue or nickel-plated finish, a 4" inch barrel left "in the white", a slide-mounted decocker, flexible battle style iron sights with defensive ears at the back, a 14-shot super load magazine, an oval-formed trigger gatekeeper, a serrated back grasp lash with a cord circle, and checkered dark plastic holds. The Model 559 ended up being a wonderful weapon, very much made, solid, sturdy, exact, and simple to work. Because of hearty plan and the moderately little complete creation of the Model 559, all-unique and clean models are pursued by authorities and shooters the same today. This specific model is chronic number A761433, made somewhat recently of creation in 1982. The processing plant blue completion rates 98%, with the main derivations coming from some extremely minor little taking care of imprints/scrapes in the completion. These are situated on the left half of the firearm, with one spot on the level of the edge in front of the trigger gatekeeper and the others on the upper left-half of the slide, right where the cleaned level goes to a matte bend towards the top line of the weapon. The drag in this Model 559 is reflect brilliant and awesome. The rifling actually shows impeccably characterized sharp terrains and depressions all through the barrel and there are no apparent defects or wear. The outside of the barrel is brilliant and perfect too with no staining or pitting. The plant markings on this Smith are all fresh, clean, and 100 percent apparent. The gun doesn't have its unique box.
Detonics Combat Master Mark IV 45ACP. This Detonics was made in Seattle, Washington, prior to 1981. This Detonics is in very good to exceptional condition and has a three and a half inch barrel, a black synthetic back strap, and the distinctive Pachmayr grips.
Manufactured in 1963, this Walther P38 is used and comes with a holster and one magazine for a 9mm pistol. Although part of the original finish is still present and it seems to be in operating order, we always suggest having an older rifle checked by a gunsmith.
BERETTA81.32 ACP (7.65), ORIGINAL AND AFTER MARKET GRIPS, 5 MAGAZINES, INSIDE THE WAISTBAND RIGHT HANDED HOLSTER, ORIGINAL CASE, OWNERS MANUAL, LIGHT SCRATCHES ON BARREL AND GRIPS, WEAR POINT ON SLIDE FROM HOLSTER, VERY CLEAN BORE.
Grendel P-30.22 Magnum New Unfired Semi Automatic Pistols were made in Rockledge, Florida, from 1990 to 1995. I was no longer sold this Grendel P-30 as new and unfired, despite its immaculate condition. Developed With A Fluted Chamber Blow Back Operation More Than Twenty Years Ago
HK45 is a type. It has NightSites, a Safety/Decocker, three magazines that each contain 10 rounds, a CompTac Holster, and NightSites. releases for magazines and slides. Safety/decocker is on the left. It can easily be moved to the other side without the assistance of a gunsmith.
General Specs: Wilson Combat, Year 2004, .45 ACP, 41oz Serial Number: WC009569 Wilson Combat doesn't require much introduction. Bill Wilson has been mastering the technique of hand fitting the finest machined parts to the tightest tolerances for more than 20 years in order to produce the most dependable and accurate 1911 model handguns in this nation. AND they appear to be very stunning. With all the advantages of the Wilson Combat CQB plus the benefit of a fully supported, hand-fit, thick flanged cone, match-grade barrel, this handgun is a WILSON COMBAT TACTICAL ELITE. It came standard with a Bullet Proof Magwell, ambidexterous Bullet Proof thumb safety, high-ride Bullet Proof Beaver Tail Safety, and cocobolo grips. This one has several special-order features that include the ArmorTuff drab green frame with black slide, Wilson Combat night sights that still glow in the dark, and 3 eight-round magazines. This gun shows 100% as new, with no wear marks anywhere in the finish and a perfect bore. It has barely been fired and is in literally new condition in all ways. It comes with the Wilson Combat carry bag and papers. The amazing Wilson trigger breaks cleanly like a glass rod at 3.75lbs. pull every time. The night sights still have a good glow for dark places
Chiappa Rhino 60ds with a 6" barrel in the much desired GOLD design. Uses the bottom of the cylinder to fire for less noticeable recoil. It has a sticker on the bottom and a tag on the trigger guard, and it has never been fired. Therefore, it is completely NIB (new in box). These are currently almost tough to find.
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