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Wilson Combat Classic .45 ACP

Wilson Combat Classic


The Wilson Combat® Classic features the timeless look and function of a traditional full-house 1911 pistol. The Classic is the optimum marriage of a full-featured match and carry pistol. Over the years, one of the most popular enhancements to a 1911 pistol has been improving the sights. Typically that has meant incorporating an adjustable sight on the rear. We use our own Wilson Lo-Mount Adjustable Rear Sight, which many people consider to be the best in the world. If you have encountered broken adjustable rear sights, try this one and you will understand why it is so popular. If you ever shoot in low light situations, we can add tritium inserts. If you love the traditional full-size 1911 pistol, the Wilson Combat® Classic will greatly exceed your expectations. Regardless if it is for home defense, personal carry or competition, this firearm will meet your needs.

Sig Sauer 1911 Stainless .45 ACP

Sig Sauer 1911 Stainless


The 1911 from SIG SAUER features all stainless steel frame and slide machined to exacting tolerances and hand-fitted to ensure reliability and performance. Ideal for full-size concealed carry, the 1911 contains only premium internal parts including an M1913 accessory rail, night sights, a match grade barrel, hammer/sear set and trigger. Exceptional ergonomics and a crisp SAO trigger are complimented by a set of Hogue checkered diamondwood grips. For safety the SIG SAUER 1911 features a beavertail grip safety, extended thumb safety, firing pin safety and hammer intercept notch.

Colt Python .357 Magnum

Colt Python 8″


Colt Python : The Colt Python is a double action revolver chambered for the .357 Magnum cartridge. It was first introduced in 1955 by the Colt’s Manufacturing Company. Pythons have a reputation for accuracy, smooth trigger pull, and a tight cylinder lock-up. Pythons, built on Colt’s large I-frame, are similar in size and function to the Colt Trooper and Colt Lawman revolvers. The Colt Python is intended for the premium revolver market segment. Official Colt historian R.L. Wilson described the Colt Python as “the Rolls-Royce of Colt revolvers”. 

Colt Ace .22LR

Colt Ace


Colt Ace : The Colt Ace or Colt Service Model Ace was created in 1931 and produced through 1947 to allow inexpensive and low-recoil sub-caliber training while maintaining the feel of the military Model 1911 pistol. The sub-caliber Colt Ace was derived from the powerful .45 ACP chambered Colt 1911 to allow military, police, or civilian shooters to train with the Ace without the recoil and expense of the 1911, but with similar ergonomics and sighting. Chambered for the far less powerful .22 LR cartridge, its barrel was constructed (on all but the earliest models) with a hinged floating rear chamber that amplifies the recoil when cycling the heavy slide, giving it more of the feel of the larger, heavier weapon.

Colt Gold Cup National Match

Colt Gold Cup National Match


The Colt Gold Cup is known as the finest shooting semi-automatic in the world, and is the standard for competitive guns. The first Colt Gold Cup pistol was introduced in the late 1950’s to give competitive shooters a gun to take directly from the dealer’s showcase to the firing line. Colt Gold Cup pistols have been used to compete in local club matches through the national matches at Camp Perry. It features an adjustable wide trigger, national match barrel, adjustable target sights, and many other refinements as standard. Comes with 1 magazine.


German Mauser 71/84

German Mauser 71/84


German Mauser 71/84 : The I.G.Mod.71/84 (Infanterie-Gewehr M1871/84), Germany’s first infantry repeater, is a further evolution of Mauser’s successful I.G.Mod.71, but it is not a conversion of the M71 nor a simple upgrade, but rather a newly-designed and newly built rifle merely based on the M71.  The I.G.Mod.71/84 is an 1871 pattern rifle with a tubular magazine (itself a derivation of the Winchester system), coupled with a Mauser designed lifting mechanism and improved rear sight. The most significant improvement was the addition of an 8 round tubular magazine in the forestock, loaded singly from the top with the bolt open.  As a repeater, the M71/84 constituted a firepower improvement over the M1871 single shot, the under barrel tubular magazine was clumsy and time consuming to reload and served to provide only a backup for emergency firepower.  Fully loaded, the rifle was very front-heavy and its center of gravity changed with every shot.  The introduction of easily reloadable box magazine repeaters such as the Austrian Mannlicher in 1885-86 tolled the approaching end of the tube magazine repeater. While the M71/84 was competitive at the time of its adoption, the introduction in 1886 by the French of their Lebel rifle chambering a revolutionary 8mm smokeless powder cartridge made the M71/84 obsolete almost overnight.  This action escalated the great European arms race of the late 19th Century, and Germany embarked upon a crash program to adopt a competitive rifle.

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Benelli Super Vinci

Benelli Super Vinci

$995.00 with box and 4 chokes

Benelli Super Vinci :  12-gauge Super Vinci represents the evolution of the Vinci family, with an 89-mm SuperMagnum chamber. Super Vinci is specially designed for long shots and hunting heavier game. The semi-automatic is a concentrate of technology. It features the Free Floating system that guarantees shooting precision and greater firing stability. The ComforTech Plus stock significantly reduces recoil, vibration and muzzle rise, enabling quick target acquisition. The trigger guard is designed to facilitate grip and trigger operation while maintaining a firm, comfortable grip even when using heavier ammunition. Super Vinci, maximum performance for all hunters, even those who normally use heavier payloads.
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Browning Citori

Browning Citori


Browning Citori: Tracing its roots back to John M. Browning’s B25 Superposed, the Citori over and under shotgun has an impeccable reputation for performance and reliability. The Browning Citori was introduced in 1973 as a more affordable version of the highly successful Browning Superposed. This particular example is a first year production being manufactured in 1973.

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S&W Military and Police revolver

S&W Military and Police revolver


The .38 Military and Police revolver was originally introduced in 1899 and has been in continuous manufacture since that date. The .38 Military and Police model was the proper name for this revolver prior to Smith & Wesson assigning model numbers to their revolvers in 1958, this Military and police became known as the model 10. This particular revolver was manufactured in 1958.


Ruger SR9C

Ruger SR9C


The Ruger SR9c is a striker fired 9mm semi-automatic pistol with a 3.5″ barrel that’s based in part on Ruger’s successful SR9 design. But the SR9c (the “C” stands for compact) isn’t just an SR9 with a shorter barrel but rather an entirely new design.

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