Sig Sauer 1911 “We The People” C02 Air Pistol $99.95

Sig Sauer 1911 "We The People" C02 Air Pistol

Sig Sauer 1911 “We The People” C02 Air Pistol

SIG has paid homage to the rights of all Americans which are protected by the United States Constitution, with their new 1911 “We The People” commemorative pistol. This true to life replica of that pistol includes every detail that is on the original, with the added benefit of being able to purchase one. Engraved on the slide is “1776” and the phrase “We The People” on the other, which is the opening to the Bill of Rights. The handle has 13 stars on each side, representing the original colonies. This CO2 version is powered by a 12 g cartridge and uses a 17 round BB magazine, which throws rounds down range at 340 fps. Like the firearm it is replicating, this version can also be field stripped and features blowback action.

SIG Sauer 1911 “We The People” BB Pistol

  • Co2
  • Metal Construction
  • 17 rd BB magazine
  • Realistic Blowback
  • Field-Strippable
  • “We the People” and “1776” engraved on the slide
  • Unique 50 Stars grip (25 on each side)
  • Weathered finish
  • Fixed white dot sights
  • Skeletonized Trigger and Hammer
  • Caliber:0.177 cal
  • Velocity:340 fps
  • Action:Semiautomatic
  • Blowback:Yes
  • Fire Mode:Repeater
  • Grip:Ambidextrous
  • Gun Weight:2.2
  • Overall Length:8.5
  • Barrel Length:4.5
  • Safety: Manual/Grip
  • Front Sights:Blade
  • Rear Sights:Fixed
  • Use:Plinking/Fun

MSRP $119.99 MAP $99.95

Sig Sauer 1911 "We The People" C02 Air Pistol

Sig Sauer 1911 “We The People” C02 Air Pistol

Springfield Armory XDS-9 9mm 3.3in Barrel 7 & 8rd Tactical Gray Pistol – BONUS $389

Springfield XDS 3.3 Single Stack 9mm Tactical Gray Essentials Package

Springfield XDS 3.3 Single Stack 9mm Tactical Gray Essentials Package

Springfield XDS 3.3 Single Stack 9mm Tactical Gray Essentials Package

Springfield XDS 3.3 Single Stack 9mm Tactical Gray Essentials Package

Springfield Armory XDS-9 9mm 3.3in Barrel 7rd & 8rd Tactical Gray Pistol (XDS9339YE)

The XDS 9mm Tactical Gray is one of the newest additions to Springfield’s popular line of XDS pistols. This model features a gray frame accompanied by contrasting black features.

Every Springfield polymer pistol now comes as an Essentials Package, which contains all of the basics you need – minus the ammo, of course. This slimmed down package includes your XDS Gray pistol, two magazines, two interchangeable backstraps that allow you to custom fit your grip, a cable lock, and a bore brush, all inside of a lockable hard case.

The two magazines that come with your XDS Essentials Package include one 7-round flush-fitting magazine, along with Springfield’s 8-round Mid-Mag with the X-Tension grip sleeve.

  • Manufacturer: Springfield Armory
  • Model: XD-S 3.3 Single Stack 9mm Tactical Gray Essentials Package
  • Item Number: XDS9339YE
  • Caliber: 9mm
  • Capacity: 7 or 8 + 1 RDS
  • Weight: 23 oz.
  • Barrel: Melonite®; Fully Supported Ramp
  • Sights: Steel Dovetail Rear; Fiber Optic Front
  • Slide: Forged Steel Melonite Finish
  • Frame: Gray Polymer
  • Magazines: 1 – 7 Round Flush Fitting 1 – 8 Round With Mid-Mag X-Tension Stainless Steel
  • Overall Height with Magazine: 4.4”
  • Overall Length: 6.3”
  • Overall Width: .9”

MSRP:  $479

What’s in the Box

  • Springfield XD-S 3.3 9mm Tactical Gray Pistol
  • 1 Flush Fitting Magazine & 1 with Mid-Mag X-Tension
  • 2 Interchangeable Backstraps
  • Lockable Case
  • Cable Lock
  • Bore Brush
  • Operation and Safety Manual

Springfield Promotion: All XD Gear Up Program

Purchase a select new XD, XD Mod.2, XD-S, XD-S Mod.2, XDM or XD-E pistol and receive 3 extra mags, plus a free range bag.

 Offer valid from Oct 1, 2018 through Dec 31, 2018

Springfield Promotion: All XD Gear Up Program

Springfield Promotion: All XD Gear Up Program

Kel-Tec RDB-S RDB Survival Bull Pup .223/5.56 Rifle For Sale $1149

Kel-Tec THE RDB SURVIVAL™ THE BULLPUP DONE RIGHT

Kel-Tec THE RDB SURVIVAL™
THE BULLPUP DONE RIGHT

The RDB™ is the new definition of bullpup. Its downward shell ejection system eliminates the side ejection disadvantage of ordinary bullpups. The result is brass and gas that eject out of your line of sight making it a truly ambidextrous, high performance rifle for everyone. The RDB is also adjustable for a wide variety of ammunition and makes for an excellent suppressor host. It’s definitely the bullpup done right.

A gas-operated firearm featuring an adjustable system, the Kel-Tec RDB-S semi-automatic rifle offers fully ambidextrous controls for easy familiarization by left-handed and right-handed users alike; spent cases are ejected downwards through a chute located behind the magazine well.

Chambered for the popular 5,56x45mm/.223 Remington, the Kel-Tec RDB-S feeds through STANAG 4179 compliant (AR-15 type) magazines. Flip-up iron sights are issued, as well as a top Picatinny rail for optics.

MSRP: $1456
Kel-Tec THE RDB SURVIVAL™ THE BULLPUP DONE RIGHT

Kel-Tec THE RDB SURVIVAL™
THE BULLPUP DONE RIGHT

Arisaka Type 38 Trainer Rifle, Ammo, Case, and Book $395

If you are collecting WWII rifles, military rifles, or are interested in some of the best rifles made, then the Arisaka should be near the top of your list. This particular rifle is in very good condition for it’s age and appears to have the original sling.

This is a standard 31″ barreled rifle before they reduced the length on the Type 99 or the Type 38 carbine or cavalry model.

It is assumed it was de-commissioned and given to a training academy as the mum has been cancelled and was made to look like the Tokyo/Kokura arsenal stamp was attempted..  If you look at the mum, you can see they have added 3 half circles which is how a rifle is marked to indicate it was “cancelled” from the Imperial service and made available for training.  It is called a “cancelled” mum, not an obliterated, ground, or otherwise defaced mum.

Optionally, you can also buy the Type 30 sword bayonet is the earlier and rarer type with a hooked quillion guard.  The bayonet is $150 and can be bought with the rifle or without.

Included is a 25rd box of ammo which is Chinese manufactured plus a 20rd box of modern ammo.  The new ammo sells for about $28 normally.  The rifles comes with the Doskocil case.

NOTE:  Many of these rifles are missing the dust cover over the bolt and the cleaning rod.   This rifle is complete with what appears to be the original sling.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle and type 30 sword bayonet, rifle case, ammo, and book about Japanese rifles.

Arisaka Type 38 rifle and type 30 sword bayonet, rifle case, ammo, and book about Japanese rifles.

Type 30 bayonet and ammo details

Type 30 bayonet and ammo details

Type 38 Arisaka stock details

Type 38 Arisaka stock details

WWI, WWII and later US Military Surplus Items Going on Sale

I have begun posting some of the items for sale on two sales sites and indicated I had other items to sell so I thought I would refer people here to see all of the items at once, easier than through the online sales sites.  The majority of the items haven’t been priced as I need to determine fair market value to determine my selling price from, usually less than what they sold for elsewhere.  I am accepting offers on the various items or the information from those who have some interest.

M1 Carbine 30rd magazines, dust covers, sling, oiler, bandoleer kit, etc.

M1 Carbine 30rd magazines, dust covers, sling, oiler, bandoleer kit, etc.

This is a set of M1/M2 carbine accessories.  Starting upper left.  M3 Flash hider made at the Springfield Armory, very few real ones available.  Then a new old stock sling and oiler, probably repro.  Then four 30rd mags.  The one in the bag is made in Taiwan, the others have no identification, just like authentic ones.  Then a bracket to connect two 30-round mags together.  In the next row, A M4 bayonet in a M8A1 scabbard.  The leather handle models were made by Utica Cutlery in 1944 and 1945. The blade looks like it was never actually used and certainly wasn’t sharpened, or if it was, so professionally  it looks new.  It has scabbard wear from being drawn out, but that’s it.  The SL8A1 scabbard is the second version with the hooks for the web belt and was issued at the time the bayonets were.  Made by PWH.  Next is a two dual 30rd magazine pouches marked 1951, included are four new mags in their original wrapper.  Two opened, two sealed.  Next, in the bag are original rubber dust covers that went over the end of the mag when in the pouch.  Next is an aftermarket steel ventilated handguard, so although not authentic, handy for keeping the barrel cool when you run your M2 at full auto.  Next is a bandoleer kit.  Contains one bandoleer, and the spoons for your rounds, and the cardboard that is inserted in the bandoleer to keep things neat and tidy.  It is marked “Du Lacher 1955”.

WWII web belt with carbine mag pouch and two 15rd mags

WWII web belt with carbine mag pouch and two 15rd mags

This is an early WWII war web belt as it is khaki-colored before they eventually darkened to olive drab.  The belt is stamped “US” and has a 40 on it.   With the belt is the matching khaki dual mag pouch for 15rd magazines and included are two used magazines, probably the actual ones from WWII.  The pouch is marked Avery 1943.

WWII soldier's equipment, pot helmet, shovel, bayonet, web belt, pouch, and canteen

WWII soldier’s equipment, pot helmet, shovel, bayonet, web belt, pouch, and canteen

This assortment starts with a early “pot” helmet.  It only has the chin strap on one side and has some rust mainly on one side of the interior.  Next is the same M4 bayonet from the carbine grouping.  Next is a WWII trenching shovel, Ames 1944 and the matching cover, St. Joseph Tent and Awning, also 1944.  I suspect an original pair.  Next is the insulated canteen bag, the canteen cup insert, LF&C 1918, that thing made it since WWI !!!, and the canteen, Vollrath 1945.  Ya, it has a ding…more than one 🙂  In front of that is a later WWII web belt in the olive drab compared to the khaki one above.  This has a small pouch, maybe it was their first aid kit which was one bandage and a syringe full or morphine.  Sorry, no bandage included.  The pouch appears to be 1952, the belt has something printed on it and someone with better eyes and imagination could maybe read it.

Post-WWII web belt, canteen, bayonet, mag/grenade pouch, and field bag

Post-WWII web belt, canteen, bayonet, mag/grenade pouch, and field bag

Last are some odds and ends, mostly Vietnam era.  First a canteen marked 1991, probably the newest thing here.   Then a M7 Bayonet made by Imperial and a M10 scabbard, NEW.   The web belt is a model LC-2 made at the Arkansas Industries for the Blind.  M-16 triple magazine pouch with grenade pouches on the side.  Says “US” on the front, “06” on the back, but I don’t think 2006.  (Grenades not included)  The Combat Field Pack M-1961.  It has a canvas bag, but there is an interior weather resistant cover that pulls out and then covers up everything inside and “seals” the top.

NRA Life Membership for $600, beat the Price Increase

The NRA has made two announcements to their recruiters.

  1.  The previous $600 Lifetime membership is once again available for a limited time.  To get this rate, it must be paid in full.  They still offer the $25/quarter Easy Payment Plan, but the regular membership rate is $1500.
  2. NRA Membership dues will increase September 1, 2018. The One-Year membership rate will increase from $40 to $45, and the Five-Year membership rate will increase from $140 to $150. All other membership rates will remain at the current pricing.

We are a NRA recruiter and have the NRA hats in black/gold or camo with one year memberships.  For 5 year or life you also get a t-shirt and knife.  Please contact us your new or renewal membership.  Even if you are a member, you can pay at current renewal rates and have the time added to your membership rather than wait for higher rates.

M1 Garand Springfield Armory CMP Special Excellent Condition – Extra Items – SOLD

M1 Garand in CMP hardcase with paperwork and accessories

M1 Garand in CMP hardcase with paperwork and accessories

The M1 Garand is a .30 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War and also saw limited service during the Vietnam War. Most M1 rifles were issued to U.S. forces. The Garand is still used by drill teams and military honor guards. It is also widely used by civilians for hunting, target shooting, and as a military collectible.

M1 Garand left side of receiver showing CMP Cartouche

M1 Garand left side of receiver showing CMP Cartouche

The M1 rifle was named after its Canadian-American designer, John Garand. It was the first standard-issue semi-automatic military rifle. By all accounts the M1 rifle served with distinction. General George S. Patton called it “the greatest battle implement ever devised”

M1 Garand Certificate of Authenticity from CMP

M1 Garand Certificate of Authenticity from CMP

In the past several years, the M1 Garand, regardless of condition, has become a very hot collectors’ item and sound financial investment. The popularity of the M1 Garand continues to grow as hundreds of new Garand “Fun” Matches are being held all across the USA each year.

This rifle was purchased directly from the CMP and was ordered in CMP Special grade. “CMP SPECIAL: (EXCELLENT)” (The tag says Special Field, but this certainly isn’t a “field grade” rifle.)

M1 Garand Springfield Armory Serial Number

M1 Garand Springfield Armory Serial Number

“CMP’s new grade of M1 Garand. This rifle consists of a new production walnut stock and handguard set with CMP cartouche, a new production Criterion (made by Krieger) barrel and new web sling. Receiver and most other parts are refinished USGI, but some parts may be new manufacture. Receiver may have pitting.”

M1 Garand right side of receiver

M1 Garand right side of receiver

From the pictures, you can tell this looks like it came off the assembly line in December, 1944. Yes, if you stare hard enough, you can see a few pits in the receiver, but with the new Parkerization, they are almost not noticeable. The part that looks in worse shape is the portion under the barrel where the bayonet attaches. Not knowing what a new one looks like, I can’t tell if it looks like it did new or not, but wanted to provide the picture for you to see yourself. Everyone who has seen the rifle thinks it is brand new, assuming it is a reproduciton.

M1 Garand bolt showing Springfield Armory mfg.

M1 Garand bolt showing Springfield Armory mfg.

The stock is unfinished wood. The CMP site tells you several ways in which you can finish the wood depending on the look you want. I was going to put boiled tung oil on it vs. the more common boiled linseed oil as I think tung oil has better attributes.

M1 Garand bottom side

M1 Garand bottom side

In addition to the what came new with the rifle, included is a reproduction bayonet that will look good with the rifle when on display. I am including an additional 20 new en-bloc clips in their original packaging.

M1 Garand inside of magazine

M1 Garand inside of magazine

M1 Garand new Criterion barrel made by Krieger

M1 Garand new Criterion barrel made by Krieger

M1 Garand front side of barrel and bayonet mount

M1 Garand front side of barrel and bayonet mount

M1-805 reproduction bayonet

M1-805 reproduction bayonet

1916 Spanish 7mm Mauser w/bayonet SOLD

Have available for sale is a 1916 model Spanish Mauser Short Rifle. (Thanks to Zachary for purchasing this piece of Spanish History!

These Mausers came out of the Fabrica de Armas de Oviedo plant, otherwise known as the Oviedo Arsenal.  These rifles were used in the Spanish Civil War which was from 1936 to 1939.  This rifle likely saw duty in the Civil War and has plenty of markings showing the use over many years.  I purchased it in “good” condition, added it to my Mauser collection, and never fired it.  With the rifle I purchased a box of 7mm ammo made for the Venezuelan army by FN in Belgium.  I was also able to pick up a Mauser bayonet with scabbard that fits the rifle, but is not likely to be of Spanish origin.  I am also including some leather ammo pouches that were probably made later, but like the rifle, will need some cleaning up.

Russian Tula TOZ-35M Free Pistol Exc/Like New SOLD

Russian Tula TOZ-35M Free Pistol

Russian Tula TOZ-35M Free Pistol

 

Do you want to have the most accurate pistol on your block or at your pistol range?  Then don’t look further.  You won’t find anything as accurate for less than $1500-2000.  I have seen retail prices on these as high as $1200 and you will see these for same typically in the $600 range.

The TOZ-35M was designed to compete in the Olympic 50 meter slow fire competition called free pistol and has won as recently as 2013.  This pistol is made to be custom fitted to the shooter.  As
you can see in the picture, the grip is a sold walnut block to be customized to fit your hand like the proverbial glove!  Even the two wood pieces that make up the grip are serialized to the handgun.

In Europe these are called 5.6mm, their name for .22LR.  These are frequently called Russian pistols, but these were made in the Soviet Union era.  This one is a 1988.    TOZ stands for Tulsky Oruzheiny Zavod which is the Russian name for the Tula factory as we know it.

These are top quality handguns are made with surgical accuracy built into every detail. Each pistol comes in beautiful wood case with small spare parts, cleaning brushes and cleaning rod.

This was graded as excellent but is likely brand new.  Certainly wasn’t shot with these grips 🙂   I am selling this pistol for the price you see on the ones rated Good to Very Good which were likely used or have some condition issue, or perhaps missing parts.

Specifications and Features:
.22 Long Rifle/5.6mm
Single Shot Martini Type Rear HIinged Breech Block
1:17 Rifling 6 Groove
11.75″ Barrel
Steel Frame
Adjustable Sight
Walnut Unfinished Grip
4 lbs
13.10 lbs. w/ case
17″ Long
Black Matte

Comes with nice original fitted case. instruction booklet, cleaning rod and supplies, and spare parts.  The parts kit, in their own fancy wood box, contain springs, front sights, firing pins, and parts needed for any potential maintenance or adjustment you may wish to make.  As it is, the triggers on these require virtually no effort to fire….I have heard the trigger described as similar to a flea fart 🙂  It is that “light touch” that helps maintain the accuracy.  These guys just don’t score you by the bullseye, but to the tenths of a bullseye or ring.

Russian Tula TOZ-35M Free Pistol

Russian Tula TOZ-35M Free Pistol

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted – SOLD

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted

The Heckler & Koch SL8 is a semi-automatic rifle manufactured by Heckler & Koch. It is the civilian version of the Heckler & Koch G36.

The rifle fires the .223 Remington or 5.56×45mm NATO cartridge and feeds from a 10-, 20- or 30-round detachable magazine. Unlike earlier types of HK rifles, it is not a roller lock bolt but rather a lug-type rotating bolt system as seen on the AR-18.

As imported, the GCA required they only import the 10-rd single stack version. This rifle has been converted to accept the standard double-stack 30rd magazines and even a 100-round drum magazine.

All of the original parts and magazines for the single stack version are included as well as two “wide” mags.

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted

The SL8-1 features a lightened trigger pull, adjustable cheekpiece and buttplate, and a heavier, more accurate barrel.

The SL8-1 can have additional parts replaced to make it a G36. Suggest you Google the conversion for more details.

Included is the gun case, two 30-round mags, one steel, the other is a PMAG. All the conversion parts, two 10-round stock single-stack mags, and a ProMag 20-round single stack mag.

This is a private sale on behalf of a client.

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted

Heckler & Koch SL8-1/G36 5.56/223 Converted

Heckler-Koch

Heckler-Koch