!!!!!ONLY 2 LEFT!!!!!
This is a 1/2 scale Armalite M16A1 made by American Miniature Arms, Inc. of Windsor, Vermont. 19 7/16"
long overall with a 10 1/2" barrel of about .11 caliber. Blackened Parkerized steel and alloy parts.
Black plastic stock & forearm. Hard rubber buttplate. Looks to be fully functional as all the internals are
there and the magazine is fully functional. Unfortunately, no dummies came with these. This one is serial # 10XX,
and they are all individually numbered. Very limited quantities. If you like miniatures, and this type firearm,
your insane if you don't buy one of these! Very limited quantities available.
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is a 1/4 scale matchlock pistol combination battle axe by an unknown maker. I thought it was an unmarked Ron DeWalt,
but Ron tells me he didn't make it. Maybe an Agnoletto?, but it doesn't have his normal markings either.
7 1/16" long overall with a 3 1/8" barrel with about a .12 caliber bore. All steel construction and finished
in the white. Fully functional and will probably shoot. Excellent workmanship!
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Price Reduced: $400.00
|This is a great 1/6 scale flintlock grenade launcher by master miniature
maker Stanley Blashak of Pennsylvania. 4 15/16" long overall with a 2" brass barrel. Nicely engraved
brass barrel, buttplate, and triggerguard. Steel lock, hammer, frizzen, pan, trigger, barrel tang, and sling swivel.
Walnut stock. Fully functional with a nice crisp lock. Cased in a hinged top walnut casing with flip latch.
The interior French fit and lined with red velour. Accessories include a great brass powder flask and three dummy grenades
with brass fuses.
Just back from Roger Sampson, now with lettering, proof marks, inspectors marks, sight graduations, the engraved
lockplate eagle, hammer checkering, and the stock cartouches!!!
This is a 1/2 scale 1873 Springfield trapdoor saddle ring carbine made by master miniature maker Mike Barrett
of Minnesota. 20 3/8" long overall with a 10 5/8" rifled .22 caliber barrel. All steel parts are finished
in a beautiful rust blue. Highly figured American walnut stock. All of the lettering, proof marks, sight graduations,
the spread winged eagle on the lockplate, hammer checkering, and the stock cartouches were hand engraved by master engraver
Roger Sampson of Minnesota. Unlike the later Springfield trapdoors, the 1873's had a blued trap door instead of case
colored. This piece is serial numbered 15192, which would put in right in the middle of the "Custer - Little Big
Horn Battle" trapdoor carbines! Roger did an outstanding job on all facets of the markings, and also arranged to
have the proper rust blue finish done. Check out the 30 detailed photos! Fully functional, but non-firing as there
is no chamber cut into the breech end of the barrel. Includes a great mahogany finger jointed hinged top casing
with magnetic latches. The interior is French fit in a brick red felt.
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This is a great 1/2 scale
Hall flintlock U.S. military rifle Model of 1816 made by master miniature maker Mike Barrett. Fully functional.
The metal finished in the white. Wlanut stock. Has a wonderful silver plaque on the right side of the buttstock
reading "BY RESOLVE OF CONGRESS, Presented to, Captain, MARTIN AIKEN, For his GALLANTRY at the, SIEGE OF PLATTSBURG".
A great 1/2 scale 1903-A3 Springfield bolt action rifle. Fully functional and includes
dummy ammunition. Blued steel parts, walnut stock. This is the version with the milled floorplate and is serial # 01. Additional
photos available upon request.
is a 1/2 scale early type World War II U.S. M-1 "paratrooper" carbine made by Miniart in Russia. Fully functional
and includes three rounds of dummy ammunition that will properly feed, chamber, extract, and eject from the fully functional
20 round magazine. Early style rear flip sight, no bayonet lug. Parkerized finished steel parts.
Walnut stock and hand guard. The rear sight and retaining pin were missing when I received this piece. A beautiful
high quality replacement has been made and installed by master miniature maker Vic Williams of Nevada. 17 3/4"
long overall with stock extended, 12 3/4" long with stock folded. The 9" barrel has a bore diameter of .015.
Serial # "008" marked on the top rear of the receiver. The front top of the receiver marked "U.S.CARBINE,
CAL.30 M1A1". The magazine bottom stamped with an "8". The left side of the forestock has
some marks where the buttplate touches it when folded, otherwise it's in as new condition.
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This is an antique 1/4 scale miniature British
1856 Enfield miner's and sapper's carbine by an unknown maker. 6 1/4" long overall with a 3 1/2" barrel. Blued finish
steel parts. These were used by the South during the War of Northern Aggression. Brass butt toe and heal
plates and brass triggerguard. Oil finished walnut stock. Captured swivel ramrod. Fully functional with half and full
cock. Probably made in England, and possibly antique. Cased in a nice non-original oak hinged top casing with
olive velour lining, French fit. There is a recess for a powder flask, but sadly it has been misplaced somewhere over the
years. This exact piece pictured on mage 275 of the book "The Art of Miniature Firearms, Centuries of Craftsmanship".
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!!!!!Price reduced: $1,750.00!!!!!
A great 1/3 scale Russian Mosin Nagant carbine made by Miniart
in Russia. 13 3/16" long overall with a 7" barrel of .010 caliber. Nice straight grain walnut stock with matching
handguard. The bolt and sling escutcheons are finished bright. The balance of the steel parts handsomely polished
and blued. Flip up ladder type rear sight. Functional drop floorplate. Fully functional and beautifully
made. This is one of only six of these made by Miniart and this one is serial number 6. Additional photos available
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Three different Russian Mosin Nagant bolt action rifles complete with bayonets and dummy cartridges. Fully
functional of course. Blued steel, walnut stocks. I will have to do some research and find out exactly what models these are.
The rifle pictured in the
middle is !!!!!SOLD!!!!!
The rifle pictured
on the bottom with the hooded sight is !!!!!SOLD!!!!!
Bottom rifle with bayonet is still available. Price: $1,750.00
This is a neat 1/2
scale World War II 60mm German Panzerfaust made by master miniature maker Vic Williams. The Panzerfaust is a one shot
portable grenade launcher used primarily for taking out tanks. 27 9/16" long overall. The grenade part of
this is turned from a solid aluminum billet. The grenade body measures 6 1/2" long and the largest diameter is
about 2 7/8" and has a Nazi dirty bird on the forward end. There is a shaft with fold-able fins inside the tube
that deploy when the Panzerfaust is fired. The tube body is 29/32" in diameter and 16 1/8" long. Finish
is OD green paint with stencilled red paint markings. There is a decal on the grenade with firing instructions.
The sight has graduated markings for distance. This piece is mechanically functional but of course there is no propellant
or explosive charge. You can pull the split ring which will remove the cotter pin. You can then configure the
sight to the desired distance, and pull the grenade out to see the propellant body and fins. Complete with the tan canvas
carry bag with German markings. Vic made four of these and this is number three. Really well done!
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