is an awesome 1/2 scale Stevens number 26 "Crack Shot" .32 caliber single shot take down rifle made by master miniature
maker Ron DeWalt in Michigan. 16 3/16" long overall with an 8 15/16" rifled round barrel of 4mm bore. Nickel silver
blade front sight. The hammer, trigger, and rear sight a bright fire blue. The balance of the steel parts nicely polished
with a black/blue finish. Straight grained walnut stock and forearm. The left side of the receiver marked CRACK SHOT 26 just
below the barrel. The barrel address and caliber markings on top of the barreljust ahead of the rear sight. The maker's name
stamped into the bottom of the barrel just ahead of the forearm. Beautiful fit and finish, crisp action. Cased in the original
DeWalt mahogany glass topped casing, French fit, with red velout lining. also included are a wood handled cleaning rod and
four dummy cartridges.
This is a 1/3 scale special
order Winchester Model 1894 "Trapper" carbine with 14" barrel made by Miniart in Russia. 10 13/16"
long overall with a 4 11/16" barrel of .10 caliber. Blue finished steel parts, walnut stock and forearm, with some
really nice figure in the stock. The proper upper tang markings and barrel markings have been laser engraved. The
serial # 005 laser engraved on the bottom front of the receiver. Checkered hammer spurs, typical carbine ladder rear
sight, carbine buttplate. This piece is absolutely 100% fully functional and includes three
rounds of solid brass dummy ammunition that can be loaded into the magazine and will feed, chamber, extract,
and eject. The lever safety is also functional. An outstanding value! Complete with
a very nice walnut hinged top casing. The interior lined in a dark red velour, the bottom French fit. Condition
is 98 - 99% with just some very minor handling wear. There was a barely perceptible hairline crack in the butt
stock just behind the tang when I received this piece. I sent it to Larry Smith who expertly made the repair,
and is now stable and only visible under the close inspection. Priced accordingly.
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is a 1/4 scale English flintlock seven barrel H. Nock volley gun made by master miniature maker Andrew Dyson in England.
9 1/2" long overall with a 5" barrel group. The seven smoothbore barrels are about .125 caliber. This
type gun would shoot all seven barrels at once and was often used for shooting rafting ducks, geese, or swans for commercial
sale. Steel barrels, lock, hammer, & frizzen. Brass triggerguard, ranrod thimbles, and buttplate. Walnut
buttstock. Steel ramrod. There are several light handling marks on the stock.
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A nice 1/2 scale Musgrave, Mauser type, bolt action
rifle. Made by Musgrave in South Africa. Not functional, but great looking. The bolt lifts and comes back about 1/4 of the
way, but doesn't cock. Walnut stock, checkered at the forearm and wrist, sling swivels, nice blued finish. Additional photos
available upon request.
is a 1/2 scale miniature Colt Root revolving sporting rifle made by master miniature maker Emil Ripoli of Washington State.
25 3/16" long overall with a 15 5/8" part octagon part round rifled barrel of .210 caliber. The steel parts
are finished in the white with beautiful high quality engraving on the frame, barrel lug, cylinder, triggerguard, buttplate,
and hammer. Unfortunately, the engraver is unknown at this time, but I'm working on finding out who the engraver might
be! The buttstock and forearm are straight grained American walnut. The forearm, which is attached by one barrel
key, has an ivory tip. Neat dovetailed adjustable rear sight, and dovetailed blade type front sight. Checkered
hammer spur and loading lever release. The serial number "1" stamped into the upper stock tang. The
top of the frame nicely hand engraved "COLT'S PT., 1850" in two lines, then some symbol that I can't decipher,
then "ADDRESS COL. COLT, HARTFORD CT USA" in two lines. The rifle is in nice condition, but does have some
very minor spots of surface rust in a few places. It needs to be repolished, blued, and casecolored. The stock
also has some minor dings and good use a refinish. Mechanically, the hammer cocks with three clicks, but the cylinder
does not properly index, probably a problem with the hand that was common to the full size rifles. The ramrod with brass
tip is not long enough to actually work, and may have been broken off somewhere in the past. A great piece by a great
maker, that just need someone to finish it up and make it into a showpiece! I bought it right, so I'm selling it the
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