This is an outstanding
2/5 scale percussion boxlock percussion pistol with screw off Damascus barrel, drop trigger, and wonderful fluted grips by
master miniature maker Ron DeWalt. 3 1/16" long overall with a 1 3/16" smoothbore barrel. The finish
looks to be a French Gray. The frame and upper tang tastefully but modestly engraved. Beautiful French walnut
fluted grips with matching sculpted grip cap. Very well made and one of the neatest DeWalts I've ever seen. Complete
with the original DeWalt class topped walnut casing. Accessories include a nice brass bodied bag type powder flask,
a brass two piece lift top cap box with pebble grain inserted leather top, and a great Damascus blade double edged knife.
The knife measures 2 15/32" long overall with a 1 1/2" blade, has a nickel silver guard and bone
scales held by nickel silver rivets. The case interior French fit with red silk lining and a black corded border.
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Price: !!!!!SALE!!!!! $1,750.00
This 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 1930's
German Haenel air rifle by master miniature maker Ron DeWalt. 13 1/4" long overall with a 5 1/2" round
barrel of about .073 caliber. The single cock spring piston pump action works smoothly and flawlessly, with a distinct
click when the barrel is cocked and reaches the full cocked position, and shoots out a strong stream of air when
the trigger is pulled. The receiver, triggerguard, rear sight, and screws are bright charcoal blue. The balance
of the steel parts are a black/brown blue. Black plastic buttplate. The rear of the air chamber is marked DEWALT
at the left rear. The barrel is marked DEWALT on the right rear. Yellow brass bead type front sight and dovetailed
sporting "V" notch rear sight. Included is the original DeWalt glass topped cherry casing. The interior
French fit and lined in a red velour. The bottom of the casing marked in black felt tip pin "Made by R.T DeWalt
'08". Also includes a brass cleaning rod with turned walnut handle, and a small brass container containing a number
of properly sized round lead shot. This piece is 100% fully functional and will shoot the included lead shot.
Ron's airguns are highly sought after by airgun collectors.
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This is a 1/2 scale over/under combination rifle shotgun
by master miniature maker Ron DeWalt. 22 5/8" long overall with 14 1/2" barrels. The top barrel is a
rifle and looks to be about .18 caliber. The bottom barrel is a shotgun and looks to be about 30 caliber. If both
hammers are cocked, the single trigger is two stage, firing the lower shotgun barrel first, then with continued pulling,
firing the upper rifle barrel. Beautiful browned finish with gorgeous oil finished fiddleback maple stock. Two
hickory ramrods with brass tips are held on each side of the barrel by two steel ferrules each. Brass cap or patch box
inlaid into the right side of the buttstock. Brass dovetailed front sight and steel dovetailed rear sight. Brass
crescent buttplate. The makers name stamped into the bottom of the barrel. An interesting note is that the hammer
spring for the lower barrel is actually the trigger guard. Fully functional and well done!
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|This is a pair of 1/3 scale Kentucky percussion pistols
by master miniature maker Ron DeWalt of Michigan. 5 5/8" long overall with a 3 5/16" long octagon smoothbore
barrels. Browned barrels with dovetailed rear sights and nickel silver stud front sights. Steel locks & hammers
finished in the white and nicely engraved . German silver furniture, the ramrod thimbles octagon shaped. Walnut stocks
with a nice bone oval inlaid into the top of each grip just behind the barrel tang. Hickory ramrods with bone tips.
Both locks are really crisp with both half and full cock. The barrel marked DeWalt on the rear of the top flat.
Buy one or both, but it'd be a shame to break up the pair!
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Price: $850.00 each, or both for $1,550.00
This is a neat 1/2 scale H.
J. Hale underhammer percussion pistol by master miniature maker Ron DeWalt of Michigan. 3 13/16" long overall with
a 2" barrel. Brass frame with the balance of the metal parts blue steel except the nipple which is fire blued.
Walnut grips. The top of the barrel tang marked H.J.HALE, BRISTOL, CONNECTICUT in two lines. Complete with
the original DeWalt glass topped walnut casing, French fit with red felt lining. Includes a small ivory container which
contains four round lead balls and an ivory handled brass cleaning/extractor rod.
This is a beautiful
1/3 scale brass barreled percussion Kentucky pistol by master miniature maker Ron DeWalt. 5 5/16" long overall
with a 3 1/4" .17 caliber smoothbore barrel. Silver plated steel lock, hammer, drum, & nipple. German
silver furniture with the exception of the inlay opposite the lock which I think is silver or silver plated. Gorgeous
tiger striped fiddle back maple stock. The lockplate, front triggerguard finial, plate opposite the lock, and the barrel
modestly engraved. The top barrel flat marked with the maker's name. Complete with the original glass topped walnut casing,
French fit with a grey corduroy lining.
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