How to get a C&R License [Complete Curio and Relic Guide – 2021]

by Ryan Cleckner

January 10, 2021

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So, you’ve heard about a Curio and Relic License (C&R License) but you’re not sure what a C&R License is, what you can do with it, or how to get one.

If this is you, you’re in luck because in this article we’re going to cover:

Curio and Relic License

First things first:

What is a Curio and Relic (C&R) License? A C&R license is a type of Federal Firearm License that allows an individual to collect certain types of old or antique firearms (curios and relics).

To be clear, no license is needed to collect any time of lawfully possessed firearm.

However, if you don’t have your own FFL yet, you have to either purchase the firearm at a local gun shop or order a gun online and then have the gun transferred at your local gun shop.

If you get a C&R License, you can have certain types of firearms shipped straight to you at your house!

This saves time, hassle, and money from having to coordinate and pay for a transfer at a local gun shop.

This invites the next question: should you get a C&R license?

Maybe.

Sure, it can be handy to have your own C&R license BUT you can’t buy or make guns with the intent to sell them (be engaged in a gun business).

Here’s what I recommend, if you really just want a C&R License because you’re only interested in collecting C&R eligible firearms, then you should go ahead and get one. It is a Type 03 FFL and we cover how to get one below.

However, if you’d like to have the same ability to have all types of firearms, even NFA Firearms like silencers and short barreled rifles, then you might as well get a different type of Federal Firearms License (FFL) (like a Type 01 dealers license or a Type 07 Manufacturers license) that gives many more benefits.

Now that we know a C and R License is a type of FFL that allows an individual to collect curio and relic firearms, next lets explore what these types of guns are…

C&R Guns

Curio and Relic Guns (C&R Guns) are a special class of firearms that can be collected with a C&R License.

Examples of C&R guns include firearms at least 50 years old and firearms that are effectively museum pieces.

NOTE: C&R guns are still subject to the Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA) and that’s why they require a license to have them shipped straight to you instead of going through a gun store. If they weren’t subject to normal federal firearms laws, then no license would be needed.

Now, if a firearm is old enough (made in 1898 or earlier), it is considered to be an “antique firearm” and it is exempt from normal federal firearms laws – it is in effect not a firearm at all. This category of antique firearms also include muzzle loaders.

So, a C&R gun is a gun that meets the federal definition of a firearm (it isn’t an “antique firearm”) but it is old enough or unique enough that a special federal firearms license (FFL) can be used to collect them.

It is important to reinforce this point: ONLY C&R guns can be received with a C&R License, if you’d like to be able to get all guns shipped straight to you, you’ll need another  type of federal firearm license.

Ok, so C&R Guns are a special class of guns but how do you know which firearms are C&R eligible firearms?

Great question…

C&R Eligible Firearms

C&R eligible firearm are those that fit into at least one of the following three categories:

  1. Firearms that are at least 50 years old,
  2. Firearms that have been certified by the curator of a government museum as curios or relics of museum interest, and/or
  3. “Firearms which derive a substantial part of their monetary value from the fact that they are novel, rare, bizarre, or because of their association with some historical figure, period, or event.”

These can be further broken down into just two categories:

  • Age
  • Uniqueness

Age: If the firearm is old enough (50 years or older), then it is C&R eligible and may be collected with a C&R License. This category is easy to determine.

Uniqueness: If a firearm is unique enough to meet the standards above, it is also C&R eligible. This category of curio and relic firearm is NOT easy to determine.

The ATF occasionally updates a running list of firearms that meet this second category and are therefore considered C and R guns. You can download a pdf of the C&R list here or jump down to the bottom of this article for the list of C&R guns.

If you’d like to see the actual regs (you’re weird), here you go:

C&R Guns are defined in the federal regulations in 27 CFR § 478.11 as

“Firearms which are of special interest to collectors by reason of some quality other than is associated with firearms intended for sporting use or as offensive or defensive weapons. To be recognized as curios or relics, firearms must fall within one of the following categories:

a. Firearms which were manufactured at least 50 years prior to the current date, but not including replicas thereof;

b. Firearms which are certified by the curator of a municipal, State, or Federal museum which exhibits firearms to be curios or relics of museum interest; and

c. Any other firearms which derive a substantial part of their monetary value from the fact that they are novel, rare, bizarre, or because of their association with some historical figure, period, or event. Proof of qualification of a particular firearm under this category may be established by evidence of present value and evidence that like firearms are not available except as collector’s items, or that the value of like firearms available in ordinary commercial channels is substantially less.”

How to Get a C&R License

Let’s review, we know that a C&R license is a type of FFL license (Type 03 FFL) that is used to get Curio and Relic firearms without having to go through an FFL gun dealer.

We also know that Curio and Relic firearms are at least 50 years old or have some historical or collector value/determination and we’ve included the most recent list of the C&R eligible guns here.

So, now you’ve decided that you might want to get your own C&R license?

Great!  Except, I’m going to try to talk you out of it one more time.

To get a Curio and Relic FFL, you have to fill out the same application and go through some of the same hassles of having any other type of FFL. However, other types of FFLs (like the Type 01 FFL or Type 07 FFL which are the most common FFL type and most of them are home-based FFLs), allow you to do SO MUCH MORE with firearms.

These other FFLs save you money by allowing you to purchase all firearms straight from distributors and they allow you to make money on sales or even handling transfers for your friends.

So, a C&R can be great. But I think a full FFL is even better.

If you’d like to get any type of FFL (you’re Type 03 C&R or a full FFL), we break down the steps for you here: How to Get an FFL.

With the C&R application you can skip some of the business steps as you won’t be able to make money selling the guns.

C&R License FAQ

How Long does it take to get a C&R License?

It typically takes less than 2 months to get a Curio and Relic (C&R) license.

How to get a C&R License?

You get your Curio and Relic (C&R) License by applying for your FFL and selecting Type 03 in your application.

What is a C&R License?

A C&R license, or curio and relic license, is a reduced federal firearms license that allows the holder to collect certain older and historically significant firearms.

Curio and Relic Firearm List

Here is the most recent list of C&R eligible firearms published by the ATF – each of these firearms are still considered to be “firearms” (they’re not exempt as “antique firearms”) and unless you have a C&R license, must be transferred like any other firearm.

For the list of C&R guns that are exempted from the National Firearms Act (NFA), see the most recent list published by the ATF.

A.H. Fox, Double barrel shotguns, all gauges, all grades, mfd. by Ansley H. Fox, Philadelphia, PA, and Savage Arms, Utica, NY, from approx. 1907 to 1947.
Albanian SKS semiautomatic rifles, cal. 7.62 x 39, manufactured in Albania from 1964 to 1978. Alkartasuna, semiautomatic pistol, cal. .32.
All original military bolt action and semiautomatic rifles mfd. between 1899 and 1946.
All properly marked and identified semiautomatic pistols and revolvers used by, or mfd. for, any military organization prior to 1946.
All shotguns, properly marked and identified as mfd. for any military organization prior to 1946 and in their original military configuration only.
Argentine D.G.F.M. (FMAP) System Colt Model 1927 pistols, marked “Ejercito Argentino”, bearing S/Ns less than 24501.
Argentine D.G.F.M. – (F.M.A.P.) System Colt Model 1927, cal. 11.25mm, commercial variations.
Armand Gevage, semiautomatic pistols, cal. .32ACP, as mfd. in Belgium prior to World War II. Astra, M 800 Condor Model, pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Astra, Model 1921 (400) semiautomatic pistols having slides marked Esperanzo Y Unceta.
Astra, Model 400 pistol, German Army Contract, cal. 9mm Bergmann-Bayard, S/N range 97351- 98850.
Astra, Model 400 semiautomatic pistol, cal. 9mm Bergmann-Bayard, second German Army Contract, in S/N range 92851 through 97350.
Auto Ordnance, West Hurley, NY, Korean War Commemorative Thompson semiautomatic rifle, cal. .45.
Auto Ordnance, West Hurley, NY, World War II Commemorative Thompson semiautomatic rifle, cal. .45.
Auto Ordnance Thompson, cal. 45 semiautomatic rifle, Vietnam Commemorative, S/Ns V0001- V1500, issued by the American Historical Foundation, Richmond VA.
Auto-Mag pistols, cal.’s .44 AMP and .357 AMP, mfd. and/or assembled by Auto-Mag Corporation, TDE, OMC, High Standard, Lee Jurras, or AMT from 1969 to 1985.
Baker Gun and Forging Company, all firearms mfd. from 1899 to 1919.
Bannerman Model 1937, Springfield rifle, cal. .30-06.
Bayard, Model 1923 semiautomatic pistol, cal.’s 7.65mm or .380, Belgian manufacture. Beretta, Model 1915 pistols, cal.’s 6.35mm, 7.65mm, and 9mm Glisenti.
Beretta, Model 1915/1919 (1922) pistol (concealed hammer), cal. 7.65mm.
Beretta, Model 1919 pistol (without grip safety), cal. 6.35mm.
Beretta, Model 1923 pistol, cal. 9mm Glisenti.
Beretta, Model 1932 pistol, having smooth wooden grips w/”PB” medallion, cal. 9mm. Beretta, Model 1934 pistol, lightweight model marked “Tipo Alleggerita” or “All” having
transverse ribbed barrel, cal. 9mm.
Beretta, Model 1934 pistols, cal. 9mm, post war variations bearing Italian Air Force eagle markings.
Beretta, Model 1934 pistols, cal. 9mm, produced during 1945 or earlier and having S/Ns within the ranges of 500000-999999, F00001-F120000, G0001-G80000, 00001AA- 10000AA,00001BB-10000BB. The classification does not include any post war variations dated subsequent to 1945 or bearing postwar Italian proof marks.
Beretta, Model 1935 pistol, Finnish Home Guard Contract, marked “SKY” on the slide, cal. 7.65mm.
Beretta, Model 1935 pistol, Rumanian Contract, marked “P. Beretta – cal. 9 Scurt – Mo. 1934 – Brevet.” on the slide, cal. 9mm.
Beretta, Model 1951 pistol, Israeli Contract, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Beretta, Model 92SB with detachable folding shoulder stocks, cal. 9mm, S/Ns C31509Z through C31538Z.
Browning, cal. .22, semiautomatic rifles, Grade II, mfd. by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium from 1956 to 1976.
Browning, cal. .22, semiautomatic rifles, Grade III, mfd. by Fabrique Nationale in Belgium. Browning, “Baby” Model pistol, Russian Contract, cal. 6.35mm.
Browning, Centennial Model High Power Pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Browning, Centennial Model 92 lever action rifle, cal. .44 Magnum.
Browning, M1935 Hi Power pistol, Canadian, Congolese, Indian and Nationalist Chinese Contracts, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Browning, Model 1906 Pocket Pistol if more than 50 years old.
Browning, Model 1922 pistol, cal.’s 7.65mm or 9mm Kurz, marked “C.P.I.M.” denoting issue to the Belgian Political Police.
Browning, Model 1922 pistol, cal. 7.65mm, bearing German NSDAP or RFV markings. Browning, Superposed Bi-Centennial Ltd. Edition, shotgun.
Browning, Superposed Centennial, consisting of a 20 gauge superposed shotgun, supplied with an extra set of .30-06 cal. superposed barrels.
Browning Arms Company, “Renaissance” engraved FN Hi Power pistols, cal. 9mm, manufactured from 1954 to 1976.
Browning FN, Medalist Gold Line and “Renaissance” engraved semiautomatic pistols, cal. .22. Browning FN, Model 1902 (usually known as the Model 1903) semiautomatic pistol, cal. 9mm
Browning long.
Browning FN, Model 1910 semiautomatic pistols, cal.’s .32 and .380, marked “Browning Arms Company.”
Browning FN, “Renaissance” engraved semiautomatic pistols, cal. .25.
Browning FN, “Renaissance” Model 10/71 engraved semiautomatic pistols, cal. .380. Browning Hi Power, Classic Edition, cal. 9mm pistol, having S/Ns 245BC0001 through 45BC5000.
Browning High Power, D-Day Commemorative, cal. 9mm pistol, having S/Ns 245DD0001 through 245DD00150.
Browning High Power, Gold Classic Edition, cal. 9mm pistol, having S/Ns 245GC0001 through 245GC0500.
Budischowsky, Model TP70, semiautomatic pistol, cal. .25 ACP, with custom S/N DB1. Campo-Giro, Model 1913 and 1913/16 pistol, cal. 9mm Largo.
Chinese Communist, types 51 and 54 (Tokarev) pistols, cal. 7.62mm.
Chinese, Peoples Republic of China, copy of German Walther PPK, cal. .32 ACP w/Chinese proof marks, Type I and II.
Chinese, Peoples Republic of China, copy of Japanese Type Sigiura Shiki semiautomatic pistol, cal. 7.65mm.
Chylewski, semiautomatic pistol mfd. By S.I.G. Switzerland, cal. 6.35mm (.25 ACP).
Clement, pistol, Belgian manufacture, cal. 5mm Clement.
Colt .38 National Match semiautomatic pistol, all S/Ns and in their original configuration.
Colt .38 Special Kit semiautomatic pistols, mfd. from 1964-1970, S/Ns 00100H-00434H.
Colt .45 ACP Kit semiautomatic pistols, mfd. from 1964-1970, S/Ns 001000-011640.
Colt, 50th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, Model 1911A1, cal. .45, semiautomatic pistol, having S/Ns between BB001 and BB300.
Colt, 150th Anniversary single action army buntline, cal. .45.
Colt, Abilene, cal. .22 (Kansas City-Cow Town).
Colt, Ace semiautomatic pistol, cal. .22, mfd. By Colt from 1931 to 1947, S/N range from 1 to 10935, including those marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” on the right side of the frame.
Colt, Ace Service Model semiautomatic pistol, cal. .22, mfd. by Colt from 1935 to 1945, S/N range from SM1 to SM13803 including those marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” on the right side of the frame.
Colt, Age of Flight 75th Anniversary semiautomatic pistols, cal. .45.
Colt, Aircrewman revolver produced between 1951 and 1959, cal. .38 Special, marked “Property of U.S. Air Force” on back strap, having Air Force issue numbers of 1 – 1189 and in the S/N range 1902LW – 90470LW.
Colt, Alabama Sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Alamo, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, American Combat Companion, Enlisted Man’s Model, cal. .45ACP, pistol marked “1911 American Combat Companion 1981, 70 Years at America’s Side.”
Colt, American Combat Companion, General Officers Model, cal. .45ACP, pistol marked “1911 American Combat Companion 1981, 70 Years at America’s Side.” S/Ns 1 STAR, 2 STAR, 3 STAR, 4 STAR, and 5 STAR.
Colt, American Combat Companion, Officers Model, cal. .45ACP, pistol, marked “1911 American Combat Companion 1981, 70 Years at America’s Side.”
Colt, Appomattox Court House Centennial, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, AR-15 Sporter “The Viet Nam Tribute Colt Special Edition”, cal. .223, semiautomatic rifle, bearing the American Historical Foundation registry numbers of VT0001 through VT1500. Colt, Argentine Model 1927 pistols, cal. .45, commercial variations.
Colt, Arizona Ranger Model commemorative, cal. .22 revolver.
Colt, Arizona Territorial Centennial, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Arkansas Territory Sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Army Model double action revolver, any cal., mfd. between 1899 and 1907.
Colt, Army Special Model revolver, cal. .32-20, having a barrel length of 4’1/2″, with factory engraving, S/N 329653.
Colt, ATF Special Edition, Deluxe Model automatic pistol, cal. .45 ACP.
Colt, ATF Special Edition, Python Revolver, cal. .357 magnum.
Colt, ATF Special Edition, Standard Model automatic pistol, cal. .45 ACP.
Colt, Bat Masterson, cal.’s .22 and .45 (Lawman Series).
Colt, Battle of Gettysburg Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Belleau Wood, cal. .45 Pistol, (World War I Series).
Colt, Border Patrol Model Revolver, .38 Special Heavy Duty, Police Positive (D) style frame, S/Ns within the range 610000 through 620000.
Colt, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Winchester Museum, Special Issue, Colt Single Action revolver, cal. .44-40, S/N 21BB.
Colt, Buffalo Bill Wild West Show single action army, cal. .45.
Colt, California Bicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, California Gold Rush, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Camp Perry Single Shot Target Pistols, cal.’s .22 long rifle or .38 Special.
Colt, Carolina Charter Tercentenary, cal.’s .22 and .22/.45.
Colt, Chamizal Treaty, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Chateau Thierry, cal. .45, pistol, (World War I Series).
Colt, Cherry’s Sporting Goods 35th Anniversary, cal. .22/.45.
Colt, Chisholm Trail, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Trails).
Colt, Civil War Centennial Single Shot, cal. .22.
Colt, Coffeyville, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Cow Town).
Colt, Colorado Gold Rush, Colt, Colonel Samuel Colt, Sesquicentennial, cal. .45.
Colt, Colt’s 125th Anniversary, cal. .45.
Colt, Columbus (Ohio) Sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Custom Gun Shop’s “Custom Edition Sheriff’s Model” Single Action Revolver, cal. .45
Colt, S/Ns 1 to 35.
Colt, DA, cal. .38, New Army and Navy Revolver, made from 1899 to 1907. Colt, Dakota Territory, cal. .22.
Colt, Des Moines, Reconstruction of Old Fort, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Detective Special revolver, cal. .38, S/N 418162, owned by Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh. Colt, Detective Special revolvers, 2″ barrels, marked “R.M.S. P.O. DEPT” or “U.S.P.O. DEPT.”; S/Ns above 467000.
Colt, Dodge City, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Cow Town).
Colt, “Duke,” Commemorative, cal. .22 revolver.
Colt, European Theater, cal. .45 Pistol (World War II Series).
Colt, factory engraved for “Dr. Ramon Grau San Martin,” President of Cuba, cal. .45, pistol with 5″ barrel and blue steel finish, S/N C231769.
Colt, First Model, Match Target Woodsman, cal. .22, semiautomatic pistol, mfd. from 1938 to 1944, S/Ns MT1 to MT15,100.
Colt, Florida Territory Sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Fort Findlay (Ohio) sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Fort Hays, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Forts).
Colt, Fort Larned, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Forts).
Colt, Fort McPherson (Nebraska) Centennial Derringer, cal. .22.
Colt, Fort Scott, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Forts).
Colt, Fort Stephenson (Ohio) sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Forty-Niner Miner, cal. .22.
Colt, Fourth Model Derringer, cal. .22 short rimfire, cased as a set of two pistols in a leather book titled “Colt Derringer, Limited Edition Colt, General George Meade, Pennsylvania, by
Colt,” on the spine of the book and “A Limited Edition by Colt,” on the cover.
Colt, from 1931 to 1947, S/N range from 1 to 10935 including those marked “UNITED STATES PROPERTY” on the right side of the frame.
Colt, General George Meade, Pennsylvania Campaign, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, General Hood, Tennessee Campaign Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, General John Hunt Morgan, Indiana Raid, cal. .22.
Colt, General Nathan Bedford Forrest, cal. .22.
Colt, Geneseo (Illinois) 125th Anniversary, Derringer, cal. .22.
Colt, Golden Spike Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Government Model pistols in cal. .45 ACP, BB series.
Colt, Government Model Texas Battleship Special Edition, cal. .45, pistols marked “BATTLESHIP EDITION – USS TEXAS,” 500 produced. Colt, H. Cook, “1 to 100,” cal. .22/.45.
Colt, Idaho Territorial Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Indiana Sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, J frame, Officers Model Match, cal. .38 Special revolver mfd. from 1970-1972, identified by J S/N prefix.
Colt, Joaquin Murrieta, “1 of 100,” cal. .22/.45.
Colt, John M. Browning Commemorative, cal. .45, semiautomatic pistol, S/Ns JMB 0001 – JMB 3000, and numbers GAS 0 JMB, PE CEW JMB, and 0003JMB.
Colt, John Wayne Commemorative, cal. .45 long Colt, revolver.
Colt, John Wayne Commemorative Single Action Army, 4-3/4” barrel, cal. .45, S/Ns CJW001 – CJW3100, plus GAS 0CJWC, 0003CJWC, and 0CJWC.
Colt, Kansas Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Lightning Model double action revolver, any cal., mfd. between 1899 and 1909.
Colt, Lightning rifles, mfd. in 1899 through 1904.
Colt, Lord and Lady Derringer, cal. .22, as mfd. by Colts Patent Firearms Manufacturing Co., Hartford, CT.
Colt, Los Angeles Police Department (L.A.P.D.) Special Edition .45 cal. Government Model semiautomatic pistol.
Colt, Maine Sesquicentennial, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Mark IV, Government Model, commemorative “Michigan State Police 60th Anniversary, 1917-1977.” The left side of slide engraved with scroll pattern and depicts four modes of transportation; Horse, Motorcycle, Auto and Helicopter, S/Ns 1 to 1608.
Colt, Match Target Woodsman Semiautomatic Pistol, cal. .22LR, S/N 128866S, owned by Ernest Hemingway.
Colt, Meuse Argonne, cal. .45, pistol, (World War I Series).
Colt, Missouri Sesquicentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Missouri Sesquicentennial single action army, cal. .45.
Colt, Mk IV Series 70 semiautomatic pistols in all cal.’s, which were incorrectly marked at the factory with both Colt Government Model markings and Colt Commander markings.
Colt, Model 1873 Peacemaker Centennial 1973, single action revolver, cal.’s .44/.40 or .45. Colt, Model 1900 semiautomatic pistol, cal. .38, in original configuration.
Colt, Model 1902 semiautomatic pistol, military model, cal. .38, in original configuration. Colt, Model 1902 semiautomatic pistol, sporting model, cal. .38, in original configuration. Colt, Model 1903 Pocket (exposed hammer), semiautomatic pistol, cal. .38 ACP.
Colt, Model 1903 Pocket (hammerless), semiautomatic pistol, cal. .32.
Colt, Model 1908 Pocket (hammerless), semiautomatic pistol, cal. .380.
Colt, Model 1908, cal. .25 ACP, hammerless semiautomatic pistol, having a grip safety, in S/N range 1 – 409061.
Colt, Model 1911, commercial semiautomatic pistols, cal. .45 ACP, S/Ns Cl – C130000.
Colt, Model 1911 semiautomatic pistols, all original variations of the military series, S/N range 1-629500, produced prior to 1924, regardless of manufacturer.
Colt, Model 1911-A, commercial model, in cal. .45 and bearing Egyptian inscription meaning police, on the upper forward right-hand side of the trigger guard and having S/Ns within the range of C186000 to C188000.
Colt, Model 1911A1, cal. .45, semiautomatic pistols, Famous Generals of WWII, S/Ns WWIIG001 – WWIIG200.
Colt, Model Ace, .22 cal., manufactured by Colt 1931-1947, S/N range 1-10935, including those marked UNITED STATES PROPERTY on the right side of the frame.
Colt, Model “Courier” double action revolver, cal. .32, with 3-inch barrel.
Colt, Model Lawman Mark III Revolvers, cal. .357 Magnum, S/N J42429.
Colt, Model “Marshal” double action revolver, cal. .38 Special, 2-inch and 4-inch barrels. Colt, Model San Jacinto Special edition single action army revolver, cal. .45, marked “THE BATTLE OF SAN JACINTO, APRIL 21, 1836” and “REMEMBER GOLIAD,” 200 produced.
Colt, Model U, experimental prototype pistol, cal. .22, semiautomatic, S/N U870001.
Colt, Model U, experimental prototype pistol, cal. .22, semiautomatic, S/N U870004.
Colt, Model Wisconsin State Patrol, 45th Anniversary, Special Edition Commemorative, 70 series, cal. .45 government model pistols consecutively numbered 1 through 126. Colt, Montana Territory Centennial, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, National Match semiautomatic pistols, all S/Ns, in original configuration. Colt, Nebraska Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Ned Buntline Commemorative, cal. .45 revolver.
Colt, Nevada Centennial “Battle Born,” cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Nevada Centennial, cal.’s .22. and .45.
Colt, New Frontier, cal. .22 LR, revolvers, “Kit Carson” Commemorative, Colt Model G8275. Colt, New Frontier, cal. .357 magnum, single action revolver, barrel length 4-3/4″ S/N 4411NF. Colt, New Frontier, cal. .45, Abercrombie and Fitch, “Trailblazer.”
Colt, New Frontier and Single Action Army Model revolvers originally ordered & shipped with factory engraving, accompanied by a letter from the manufacturer confirming the authenticity of the engraving.
Colt, New Jersey Tercentenary, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, New Mexico Golden Anniversary, cal. .22.
Colt, New Police revolvers, cal. .32 Colt, S/Ns 1 through 49,500.
Colt, New Service revolvers as mfd. between 1899 – 1944, all variations, all cal.s.
Colt, NRA Centennial, Gold Cup National Match pistol, in cal. .45.
Colt, NRA Centennial, single action revolver, cal.’s .357 Magnum and .45.
Colt, Officers Model (1904-1930), cal. .38, revolver.
Colt, Officers Model (1930-1949), cal. .22, revolver.
Colt, Officers Model, cal. .38 revolver, S/Ns 535472 and 585683.
Colt, Officers Model Match (1953-1969), cal.’s .22 and .38, revolvers.
Colt, Officers Model Special (1949-1952), cal’s .22 and .38, revolvers.
Colt, Officers Model Target (1930-1949), cal.’s .32 and .38, revolvers.
Colt, Official Police Model revolver, cal. .32-20, having a barrel length of 5 inches, with factory engraving by Wilbur Glahn, S/N 554399.
Colt Official Police Model revolver, .38 Colt Special cal., having a barrel length of 6 inches, with factory engraving by Wilbur Glahn, S/N 554445.
Colt, Official Police Revolver, cal..38, Silver Inlaid and Engraved by Wilbur A. Glahn, S/N 583469.
Colt, Oklahoma Territory Diamond Jubilee, cal. .22.
Colt, Oregon Trail, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Trails).
Colt, Pacific Theater, cal. .45, pistol (World War II Series).
Colt, Pat Garrett, cal.’s .22 and .45 (Lawman Series).
Colt, Pawnee Trail, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Trails).
Colt, Peacemaker Commemorative, cal.’s .22 and .45, revolver.
Colt, Pocket Positive revolver, cal. .32.
Colt, Pocket Positive revolver, S/N 6164.
Colt, Police Positive, cal. .38, revolvers, 2″ barrels, marked “R.M.S. P.O. DEPT.” or “U.S.P.O. DEPT.”, S/Ns above 383000.
Colt, Police Positive revolver, cal. .38, S/N 139212.
Colt, Police Positive revolver (1909), “St. L.P.D. #466” on butt, S/N 24466.
Colt, Pony Express Centennial, cal. .22.
Colt, Pony Express, Russell, Majors and Waddell, Presentation Model, cal. .45.
Colt, Python Model revolver, cal. .357, having a barrel length of 3 inches, with factory Type A engraving by Denise Thirion, in a presentation case with accessories, S/N T21895.
Colt, Python Revolver, cal. .357 Magnum, engraved and inlaid with the Crest of the United Arab Emirates.
Colt, Rock Island Arsenal Centennial Single Shot, cal. .22.
Colt, Santa Fe Trail, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Trails).
Colt, Second (2nd) Marne, cal. .45, pistol (World War I Series).
Colt, Service Model Ace, cal. .22, mfd. by Colt 1935-1945, S/N range SM1-SM13803, including those marked UNITED STATES PROPERTY on the right side of the frame.
Colt, Shawnee Trail, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Trails).
Colt, Sheriffs Model revolver, cal.’s .44 and .45.
Colt, Single Action Army (Bisley, Standard, and target variations), all original, mfd. from 1899 to 1946, S/N range from 182000 to 357869.
Colt, Single Action Army revolver, cal. .45, S/N 85163A, engraved and inlaid with a bust of President Abraham Lincoln.
Colt, Single Action Army (2nd Generation) revolvers, having S/Ns from 0001SA to 82000SA, all cal.s, made between 1956 and 1976.
Colt, Single Action Revolvers, cal. .45, engraved & silver inlaid for presentation to Chuck Connors, S/Ns CC1 and CC2.
Colt, St. Augustine Quadricentennial, cal. .22.
Colt, St. Louis Bicentennial, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Texas Ranger, cal. .45.
Colt, Texas Sesquicentennial Standard and Premier Model single action army, cal. .45.
Colt, the Liege Number 1 Colt Single Action Army Revolver, cal. .45, S/N Liege No. 1.
Colt, “The Right to Keep and Bear Arms” commemorative, cal. .22, Peacemaker Buntline, single action revolver having a 7-1/2″ barrel with the inscription, “The Right to Keep and Bear Arms” inscribed on the barrel and a S/N range of G0001RB – G3000RB.
Colt, Theodore Roosevelt single action army, cal. .44-40.
Colt, United States Bicentennial Commemorative, Python revolver, cal. .357.
Colt, United States Bicentennial Commemorative single action army revolver cal. .45. Colt, West Virginia Centennial, cal.’s .22 and .45.
Colt, Wichita, cal. .22 (Kansas Series-Cow Town).
Colt, Wild Bill Hickok, cal.’s .22 and .45 (Lawman Series).
Colt, Woodsman, cal. .22, semiautomatic pistols, all models, all series, all S/Ns, (to include Match Target, Challenger, Huntsmen, and Targetsman), made prior to 1978.
Colt, Woodsman, cal. .22, semiautomatic target pistol, mfd. from 1915 to 1943, S/Ns 1 to 157,000.
Colt, Woodsman, First Model Match Target, cal. .22, semiautomatic pistols mfd. in or before 1944, and having S/Ns MT1 through MT15100.
Colt, Wyatt Earp, Buntline Special, cal. .45 (Lawman Series).
Colt, Wyatt Earp, cal.’s .22 and .45 (Lawman Series).
Colt, Wyoming Diamond Jubilee, cal. .22
Colt XIT Special Edition Single Action Army revolver, cal. .45, barrel chemically etched with a covered wagon scene and “XIT RANCH,” and marked “1 of 500.” Coston Supply Co., Coston Line Throwing Gun, cal. .45-70, S/N 447. Czechoslovakian, CZ27, cal. 7.65mm, semiautomatic pistol with Nazi markings. Czechoslovakian, CZ38, pistol, cal. .380ACP.
Czechoslovakian, CZ50, pistol, cal. 7.65mm.
Czechoslovakian, CZ52, pistol, cal. 7.62mm.
Czechoslovakian, Model 1952 and 1952/57, cal.’s 7.62 x 45mm and 7.62 x 39mm, semiautomatic rifles.
Czechoslovakian, VZ-54 sniper rifle, manufactured from 1954 through 1957, cal. 7.62 x 54R, all S/Ns with scope mount and 2.5 power telescope.
Czechoslovakian, VZ82/CZ82, all cal.s, all serial numbers.
Daisy, Model V/L, cal. .22 caseless rifle, manufactured during 1968-1969.
Danish, M1910/1921 Bayard, pistol, cal. 9mm Bergmann-Bayard.
Davis Warner, Infallible, semiautomatic pistol, cal. .32.
Dreyse, semiautomatic pistols, all cal.’s.
Egyptian Raschid, semiautomatic rifle, cal. 7.62 x 39mm, original Egyptian military production. Egyptian, Hakim (Ljungman) cal. 7.92mm, semiautomatic rifle as mfd. in Egypt.
Erma-Werke, Model EL 24, cal. .22, rifle, mfd. prior to 1946.
Esser-Barraft, English manufacture, slide action rifle, cal. .303.
F.L., Langenhan, semiautomatic pistols, all cal.’s.
Fabrique Nationale, 1889-1989 Centenary High Power pistols, cal. 9mm.
Fabrique Nationale, Model 1906, cal. .25, semiautomatic pistol, all S/Ns.
Fabrique Nationale, Model SAFN49, semiautomatic rifles, any cal.
Firepoint International, Ltd. Of England, cal. 7.92×33, S/Ns 08, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16. Firepower International, Ltd., Gustloff Volkssturmgewehr, cal. 7.92×33, S/N 2.
Firepower International, Ltd., Gustloff Volkssturmgewehr, cal. 7.92×33, S/N 6.
FN F.A.L. G and GL series, semiautomatic rifles, imported by Browning Arms Company, Arnold, MO from 1959 to 1963, with the following S/Ns: G Series: G492, G493, G494, G537-G540, G649-G657, G662-G673, G677-G693, G709-G748, G752-G816, G848-G1017, G1021, G1033, G1035, G1041,G1042, G1174-G1293, G1415-G1524, G1570-Gl784, G1800-Gl979, G1981-G1995, G2247-G2996, G3035-G3134. GL Series: GL749, GL835, GL1095-GL1098, GL1163, GL1164, GL1165, GL2004-GL2009, GL3135-GL3140.
French Military Rifle Model 1949/56, in cal. 7.62 x 51mm (NATO).
French, Model 1949, cal. 7.5mm, semiauto. Rifle (Fusil Mle. 1949 (MAS) 7.5mm). French, Model 1949/56 (Fusil Mle. (MAS) 7.5mm), semiautomatic rifle, cal. 7.5mm. Geha and Remo, shotguns made from Mauser rifles after World War I prior to 1946. Gerat 06H, cal. 7.62 X 33, semiautomatic rifles made by firepower International, Ltd., of England bearing the following serial numbers: 08, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, and 16.
German, Model 1916 Granatenwerfer original spigot type mortars.
German, P38 pistols, cal. 9mm Parabellum, mfd. prior to 1947.
German military training rifles, cal. .22, single shot and repeaters, all manufacturers, in their original military configuration, marked “Kleinkaliber Wehersportsgewehr” (KKW), mfd. prior to 1946.
German sporting rifles, cal. .22, sporting rifles, single shot and repeaters, all manufacturers, in original configuration, marked “Deutsche SportModell” (DSM), prior to 1946.
Greener, Martini action, cal. 14 gauge shotgun.
Gustloff, semiautomatic pistol in cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by Gustloff Werke, Suhl, Germany. Hammond or Grant Hammond, pistols, all models, variations or prototypes, made by Grant
Hammond Corporation, New Haven, CT.
Hammond/Hi-Standard, semiautomatic pistols, in cal. .45.
Harrington and Richardson (H&R), Abilene Anniversary, cal. .22 revolver.
Harrington and Richardson (H&R) Handy Gun, pistols with original rifled barrel, mfd. at Worcester, MA, all cal.’s, all barrel lengths, without shoulder stock.
Harrington and Richardson (H&R) Handy guns, mfd. at Worcester, MA, with shoulder stock, having an original smoothbore barrel 18 inches in length or greater, or original rifled barrel 16 inches in length or greater.
Harrington and Richardson “Reising” Model 60 semiautomatic rifles, cal. .45 ACP, manufactured between 1944 and 1946.
Harrington & Richardson Trapdoor Springfield carbine, cal. .45-70, 100th Anniversary Little Big Horn Commemorative, manufactured between 1973-1981.
H&R, Centennial Officer’s Model Springfield rifle, cal. .45-70 Government.
H&R, Centennial Standard Model Springfield rifle, cal. .45-70 Government.
H&R, Model 999, revolver, cal. 22 Long rifle, barrel 6″, 110th year commemorative, S/Ns from 001 to 999.
H&R, self-loading semiautomatic pistol, cal. .32.
Hartford Arms and Equipment Company, Model 1928 pistol, cal. .22LR.
Hartford Arms and Equipment Company, repeating pistol, cal. .22LR.
Hartford Arms and Equipment Company, single shot target pistol, cal. .22LR.
Hi-Standard, experimental electric free pistol, cal. .22 long rifle.
Hi-Standard, experimental electric free pistol, cal. .38 special.
Hi-Standard, experimental ISU rapid-fire semiautomatic pistol, cal. .22 short.
Hi-Standard, experimental Model T-3 semiautomatic pistol, cal. 9mm Luger.
Hi-Standard, Model P 38, semiautomatic pistol, cal. .38 SPL.
High Standard, 1980 Olympic Commemorative, cal. .22 cal., semiautomatic pistols, S/Ns USA 1 through USA 1000.
High Standard, Crusader Commemorative, Deluxe Pair, cal.’s .44 Magnum and .45 Colt, revolvers.
High Standard, Model A pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model B pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model C pistol, cal. .22 Short.
High Standard, Model D pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model E pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model G-380 pistol, cal. .380.
High Standard, Model G-B pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model G-D pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model G-E pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model G-O (First Model Olympic) pistol, cal. .22 Short.
High Standard, Model H-A pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model H-B pistol, first Model, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model H-B pistol, second Model, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model H-D pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model H-E pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model HD-Military pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Model USA-HD pistol, cal. .22LR.
High Standard, Second Model Olympic pistol, cal. .22 short, mfd. between 1951-1953, S/Ns 330,000 – 439,999.
High Standard, Supermatic Olympic Model 107, cal. .22, pistol, Olympic Commemorative Model.
Holland and Holland, Royal Double Barrel Shotgun, cal. .410 Gauge, S/N 36789. Hopkins and Allen, Model 1901, “FOREHAND”, cal. .32 S&W long.
Hopkins and Allen, Revolver, cal. .32, S/N G 9545.
Hungarian Model 48 (Mosin Nagant M44 type) carbine, cal. 7.62 x 54R, manufactured in
Hungary, and identified by the manufacturer code 02 on the chamber area and marked with the date of manufacture in the 1950’s or earlier.
India rifle, cal. 7.62 2A, all variations, originally mfd. at Ishapore Arsenal, India prior to 1965. Italian, Brixia, M1906, pistol, cal. 9mm Glisenti.
Italian, Glisenti, M1910, pistol, cal. 9mm Glisenti.
Ithaca, Bicentennial Model 37, pump action shotguns, S/Ns USA0001 to USA1976.
Ithaca, double barrel shotguns actually mfd. in NY by the Ithaca Gun Co. Ithaca, NY. All gauges and all models, having barrels at least 18″ in length and an overall length of at least 26″, mfd. before 1950.
Ithaca, St. Louis Bicentennial, Model 49, cal. .22, rifle.
Ithaca Gun Co., single barrel trap guns, break open all gauges, all models actually mfd. at Ithaca, NY, before 1950.
Iver Johnson Arms, Model M 1 Carbine, cal. .30, Airborne commemorative, S/Ns KW0001 – KW2500.
Iver Johnson Arms, Model M 1 Carbine, cal. .30, Korean War commemorative, S/Ns KW0001 to KW2500.
Iver Johnson Arms, U.S. Border Patrol 60th Anniversary Commemorative pistol, cal. .380, S/Ns U.S.B.P. 0001 to U.S.B.P. 5000.
Iver Johnson Arms, World War II Commemorative Carbine, cal. .30 M-1, S/Ns WW0001 to WW2500.
J. P. Sauer & Sohn, semiautomatic pistols mfd. at Suhl, Germany prior to 1946, all models, any cal.
Jieffeco, pistol, Belgian manufacture, cal. 7.65mm.
Jieffeco, semiautomatic pistol, cal. .25 ACP, marked “Davis Warner Arms Corp., N.Y.” Johnson, Model 1941 semiautomatic rifles, cal. .30, all serial numbers, with the collective markings, “CAL. 30-06 SEMI-AUTO, JOHNSON AUTOMATICS, MODEL 1941, MADE IN PROVIDENCE. R.I., U.S.A., and Cranston Arms Co.” —the latter enclosed in a triangle on the receiver.
Kimball, pistols, all models, all cal.’s.
Kolibri, pistols, cal.’s 2.7mm and 3mm Kolibri.
L. C. Smith, shotguns mfd. by Hunter Arms Co. and Marlin Firearms Co. from 1899 to 1971. Lahti, L-35 pistol, Finnish manufacture, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Lahti Swedish Model M40 pistols, cal. 9mm, all variations, mfd. prior to 1968.
Lee Enfield, No. 1 Mk III bolt-action rifle, cal. .303, mfd. in Ishapore, India between 1946 and 1960. Original military configuration only.
Lee Enfield Rifle, cal. 7.62, 2A and 2A1 “India” all variations, originally manufactured at Ishapore Arsenal, India, through 1973.
Lefever, shotguns made from 1899 to 1942.
Luger, Mauser commercial manufacture, semiautomatic pistol, 70 Jahre, Parabellum-Pistole,
Kelsoreich Russiand, commemorative, cal. 9mm.
Luger, Mauser commercial manufacture, semiautomatic pistol, 75 Jahre, Parabellum-Pistole, Konigreich Bulgarian, commemorative, cal. 7.65mm.
Luger, Mauser commercial manufacture, semiautomatic pistol, 76 Jahre, Parabellum-Pistole, 1900-1975, commemorative, cal. 7.65mm.
Luger, Mauser Parabellum, semiautomatic pistol, cal.’s 7.65mm or 9mm Luger, 4” and 6” barrel, Swiss pattern with grip safety and the American Eagle stamped on the receiver; made from 1970 to 1978.
Luger, Model 1902 Cartridge Counter, Mauser commercial, semiautomatic pistol, cal. 9mm, mfd. 1982.
Luger, pistol, all models and variations mfd. prior to 1946.
MAB, Model R pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Makarov, pistol, Russian and East German, cal. 9mm Makarov.
Mannlicher, pistol, M1900, M1901, M1903 and M1905, cal. 7.63mm Mannlicher. Marlin, 90th Anniversary, Model 39-A, cal. .22, carbine.
Marlin, 90th Anniversary, Model 39-A, cal. .22, rifle.
Marlin, Model 336 TS carbine, cal. 30-30, Powell Wyoming 75th anniversary commemorative, having PW S/N prefix.
Mauser, Congolese Model 1950 rifles marked FP 1952 on the receiver, cal. .30/06.
Mauser, Model 1935 rifle, cal. 7 x 57mm, with Chilean Police Markings.
Mauser, P 38, pistols cal. 9mm, marked SVW46.
Mauser, rifles, bolt action and semiautomatic, any cal., commercially produced by Waffenfabrik
Mauser, Oberndoff, Germany, prior to 1945.
Mauser, semiautomatic pistols mfd. prior to 1946, any cal.
Mauser Luger, S/N 11.010034, cal. 9mm, special engraving and ivory grips.
Mauser Luger, S/N RG 900/1001, cal. 9mm, special engraving and walnut grips.
MBA Gyrojet Carbine, S/N B5057.
MBA Gyrojet semiautomatic pistols, cal.’s 12mm or smaller, all models.
Menz, Liliput, German manufacture, cal. 4.25mm.
Menz, PB III, cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by August Menz, Suhl, Germany.
Menz, PB IIIA, cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by August Menz, Suhl, Germany.
Menz, PB IV, cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by August Menz, Suhl, Germany.
Menz, PB IVa, cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by August Menz, Suhl, Germany.
Menz, Special, cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by August Menz, Suhl, Germany.
Mexican, Obregon, pistol, cal. .45 ACP.
Mexican Model 1954 bolt action Mauser rifles and carbines, cal. .30-06 (original military configuration only).
Mondragon, M-1908 rifle, cal.’s 7mm Mauser (7.57mm), 7.5 Swiss, or 30/30 Winchester. Mossberg, Model 25, cal. .22 cal., bolt-action rifles.
Mossberg, Model 40, cal. .22, tubular fed, bolt action rifles mfd. from 1933-1935.
Mossberg, Model 42TR Targo, cal. .22, smoothbore, bolt action rifles, mfd. from 1940-1942. Mossberg, Model 479RR “Roy Rogers” limited edition, cal. .30-30, lever action rifles, total number mfd. in 1983 only.
Mugica, Model 120, pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Navy Arms, Oklahoma Diamond Jubilee Commemorative, Yellowboy carbine. Norinco (Chinese) AK47S, cal. 5.56x45mm, S/N 403876.
Norinco (Chinese) AK47S, cal. 7.62x39mm, S/N 1620127.
Norinco (Chinese) AK47S84S-1, cal. 5.56x45mm, S/N 303052.
North Korean Type 1964, pistol, cal. 7.62mm Tokarev.
North Korean Type 68, cal. 7.62 x 25mm, semiautomatic pistols.
O.F. Mossberg, Model 472SBAS “American Indian Commemorative”, cal.’s .30-30 and .35
Remington, lever action rifles, having Indian scenes etched on receiver, manufactured in 1974 only.
Ortgies, semiautomatic, cal. .25, with S/N 10073.
Ortgies, semiautomatic, cal. .32, with S/N 126314.
OWA, semiautomatic pistol, cal. .25.
PAF, “Junior” semiautomatic pistol, cal. .25, mfd. by the Pretoria Arms Factory Ltd. of South Africa.
PAF, pistol, marked “BRF,” cal. .25, mfd. by the Pretoria Arms Factory Ltd. of South Africa. Parker shotguns, all grades, all gauges, produced by Parker Brothers, Meriden, CT, and
Remington Arms, Ilion, NY, from 1899 through 1945.
Parker-Hale, Model T-4, cal. 7.62mm, bolt action target rifles, mfd. prior to 1975.
Pedersoli, 120th Anniversary of the Remington Creedmore, cal. .45/70, single shot rolling block rifle, having S/Ns between CR001 and CR300.
Pedersoli, 125th Anniversary of the Springfield, Model 1873 Trapdoor rifle, cal. .45/70, having S/Ns between 125th-001 through 125th-125.
Pedersoli, Sharps Creedmoor, single shot rifles, cal. .45-70, S/Ns SCR001 through SCR300. Pedersoli, Springfield Officer’s Model trapdoor rifle, cal. .45-70, having S/Ns 2NFM001 through 2NFM250.
Phoenix, (U.S.A.), pistol, cal. .25 ACP.
Polish, Model P64 pistols, cal. 9 x 18mm Makarov, all serial numbers.
Polish, Mosin Nagant M44 type carbines, cal. 7.62 x 54R, manufactured in Poland, identified by the manufacturer code 11″ in an oval on the chamber area, and marked with the actual date of manufacture during the 1950s or earlier.
Poly Tech (Chinese) AK 47S (386), cal. 7.62 x 39mm, S/N P47-11545.
Purdey, James, Over & Under shotgun, cal. 12 gauge, S/N 26819, engraved and gold inlaid. Reising, cal. .22, semiautomatic pistol.
Remington, 150th Anniversary Model 552A semiautomatic rifle, cal. .22LR.
Remington, 150th Anniversary Model 572A slide action rifle, cal. .22LR.
Remington, 150th Anniversary Model 742ADL semiautomatic rifle cal. .30/06.
Remington, 150th Anniversary Model 760ADL slide action rifle cal. .30/06.
Remington, 150th Anniversary Model 870SA slide action shotgun, cal. 12 gauge.
Remington, 150th Anniversary Model 1100SA semiautomatic shotgun, cal. 12 gauge. Remington, 150th Anniversary Model Nylon 66 semiautomatic rifle, cal. .22LR.
Remington, Canadian Territorial Centennial, Model 742, rifle.
Remington, Model 12, rifle, cal. .22, mfd. by Remington Arms, Union Metallic Cartridge Co.,
Remington Works, Ilion, NY, from 1909 to 1936.
Remington, Model 30 rifles.
Remington, Model 31, pump action shotguns, cal.’s 12, 16, and 20 gauge, mfd. 1931 – 1950. Remington, Model 51, semiautomatic pistol, cal.’s .32 ACP or .380 ACP.
Remington, Model 720 rifles.
Remington, Montana Territorial Centennial, Model 600, rifle.
Remington, No. 1, Mid Range Rolling Block target rifle reproduction, cal. .45-70, S/Ns beginning with “RB97.”
Remington, over/under Derringer, cal. .41 rim fire, Remington Arms Company, Ilion, NY, made between 1898 and 1935.
Remington-Rand, Model 1911-A1 pistols, all original, bearing S/N prefix ERRS. Remington Rolling Block firearms, all models mfd. from 1899 – 1935. Rheinmetal, semiautomatic pistols, cal. .32.
Rhode Island Arms Co., Morrone Model 46, shotgun.
Romanian, AK 74S, cal. 5.45 x 45mm, S/N 3-040053-97.
Romanian, Model 56 semiautomatic carbine (SKS), cal. 7.62 x 39mm, in original configuration as manufactured at Uzina Mechanica Cugir, Romania, from 1956 through 1962, having original Romanian S/Ns consisting of two letters followed by up to four digits. The right side of the receiver is also marked with the year of production and the manufacturer’s trademark consisting of an unfletched arrow within a triangle.
Roth Steyr, 1907, semiautomatic pistol, cal. 8mm.
Ruger, l0/22 Canadian Centennial, carbine with S/Ns Cl to C4500.
Ruger, “21 Club” No. 1, rifle with random S/Ns.
Ruger, 44 Deerstalker, carbine with S/Ns 1 to 5000.
Ruger, Blackhawk, cal. .357 Magnum, with 10″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 20000 – 38000. Ruger, Blackhawk, cal. .357, with 4-5/8″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 1 to 42689.
Ruger, Blackhawk, cal. .357, with 6-1/2″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 20000 to 42689.
Ruger, Blackhawk, cal. .44, with 6-1/2″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 1 to 29860.
Ruger, Blackhawk, cal. .44, with 7-1/2″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 17000 to 29860.
Ruger, Blackhawk, cal. .44, with 10″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 18000 to 29860.
Ruger, “Blackhawk”, cal.’s .357 Magnum and .44 Magnum, revolvers, flattop, all barrel lengths, made from 1955 through 1962.
Ruger, Blackhawk, cal.’s .357 and 9mm, stainless steel revolver with S/Ns 32-56000 – 32-59000. Ruger, Canadian Centennial, Matched No. 1 Rifle Sets, Special Deluxe.
Ruger, Canadian Centennial, Matched No. 2 Rifle Sets.
Ruger, Canadian Centennial, Matched No. 3 Rifle Sets.
Ruger, Canadian Centennial, Model 10/22, carbine.
Ruger, Falling Block Long Range Creedmore rifle, cal. .45 (Sharps), S/N 130-06888, The Amber Silver-Jubilee.
Ruger, flattop, single-six, cal. .22, revolvers with flat side loading gate, all barrel lengths, made from 1953 through 1956.
Ruger, Hawkeye, pistol with S/Ns 1 to 3296.
Ruger, Lightweight Single Six, Revolver with S/Ns 200000 to 212630.
Ruger, Mark I “U.S.” stamped medallion, pistol with S/Ns 76000 – 79000.
Ruger, S47 Code, Model Super Blackhawk, 71⁄2-inch barrel, cal. .44 magnum, revolvers, in S/N range 196 to 3111, with long grip frame, micro rear sight, and in mahogany wood case, approximately 500 manufactured.
Ruger, Single Six, engraved revolver with S/Ns 5100 – 75000.
Ruger, Standard Auto with red eagle, pistol with S/Ns 1 – 25000.
Ruger, Super Black Hawk, revolvers having a barrel length of 61⁄2 inches with S/Ns 24000 – 26000.
Ruger, Super Single Six chrome with 4-5/8″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 504000 – 505000.
Ruger, Super Single Six stainless with 4″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 62-07500 – 64-650000. Ruger, Super Single Six stainless with 9″ barrel, revolver with S/Ns 62-07500 – 63-40000. Rumanian Mosin Nagant 1944 type carbines, cal. 7.62 x 54R, manufactured in Romania, and manufactured from 1952 to 1956.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Dragunov, semiautomatic rifle, Model SVD, cal. 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture, Soviet military issue only.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Model 1891, Mosin-Nagant rifles, cal.’s 7.62 x 54R and .22, all models and all variations, mfd. after 1898 (i.e., M1891/30, M1910, M1938, and M1944).
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Nagant revolver, Model 1895, cal.’s 7.62 Nagant and .22 all variations, mfd. by the Tula Arsenal, Tula, Russia, after 1898.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Simonov, semiautomatic rifle, Model SKS, cal. 7.62 x 39, of Soviet manufacture.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model 1932 (nonstandard), semiautomatic carbine, cal. 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model 1940 (SVT40), semiautomatic carbine, cal. 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model 1938 (SVT38), semiautomatic rifle, cal. 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model 1940 (SVT40), semiautomatic rifle, cal. 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model TT, 1930, pistol, cal. 7.62, mfd. at the Tula Arsenal, Tula, U.S.S.R., from 1939 through 1956.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model TT, 1933, pistol, cal. 7.62, mfd. at the Tula Arsenal, Tula, U.S.S.R., from 1933 through 1956.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model TT R-3, cal. .22, pistol.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, Model TT R-4, cal. .22, pistol.
Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tula Korovin, Tk, cal. .25 ACP, semiautomatic pistol.
Sako, Anniversary Model, cal. 7mm Remington magnum, bolt action rifle.
Sauer, 38(h), pistol, cal. 7.65mm, marked w/Third Reich police acceptance stamps of Eagle C, F, K, or L.
Savage, Model 1907 pistol, cal.’s .32 and .380.
Savage, Model 1915 pistol, cal.’s .32 and .380.
Savage, Model 1917 pistol, cal.’s .32 and .380.
Savage, Prototype pistols, cal.’s .25, .32 and .38, made between 1907 and 1927.
Savage Arms, Model 99, lever action, centerfire rifles, mfd. in Utica, NY prior to World War II with S/Ns below 450000.
Savage Arms, semiautomatic pistols, cal. .45 ACP, all models.
Schwarzlose, Pocket Model 1908, pistols, cal. 7.65mm, mfd. by A.W. Schwarzlose, G.m.b.H., Berlin, Germany, and those assembled or possible made by Warner Arms Corp., Brooklyn, NY.
Singer Manufacturing Company, Model 1911-A1 pistols, all original, S/N range from S800001 to S800500.
Smith & Wesson, 125th anniversary Commemorative, Model 25, revolver, cal. .45, marked
“Smith & Wesson 125th Anniversary” and mfd. in 1977.
Smith & Wesson, 150th anniversary Texas Ranger Commemorative, Model 19 revolver. Smith & Wesson, 1st Model, Ladysmith revolver, cal. .22 rimfire long.
Smith & Wesson, .22/32 Kit Gun, cal. .22LR, S/Ns 525670 – 534636 (no letter).
Smith & Wesson, 2nd Model, Ladysmith revolver, cal. .22 rimfire long.
Smith & Wesson, 2nd Model, single shot pistol, cal.’s .22 rimfire, .32 S&W and .38 S&W. Smith & Wesson, .32 Double Action Top Break, cal. .32 S&W, S/Ns 209302 and higher. Smith & Wesson, .32 Safety Hammerless Top Break (New Departure), cal. .32 S&W, S/Ns 91401 and higher.
Smith & Wesson, .357 Magnum Hand Ejector, cal. .357 Magnum, S/Ns 45768 to 60000 (no letter).
Smith & Wesson, .38 Double Action Top Break, cal. .38 S&W, S/Ns 382023 and higher. Smith & Wesson, .38 Double Action Top Break Perfected Model, cal. .38 S&W.
Smith & Wesson, .38 Hand Ejector Military and Police, cal. .38, S/Ns 1 to 241703 (no letter). Smith & Wesson, .38 Safety Hammerless Top Break (New Departure), cal. .38 S&W, S/Ns 19901 and higher.
Smith & Wesson, .38/44 Outdoorsman & Heavy Duty, cal. .38, S/Ns 36500-62023 (no letter). Smith & Wesson, 3rd Model, Ladysmith revolver, cal. .22 rimfire long.
Smith & Wesson, 3rd Model, single shot pistol, cal.’s .22 rimfire, .32 S&W and .38 S&W. Smith & Wesson, 4 screw side plate revolvers, old style N-frame series, with no model designation stamped in the yoke cut, cal. .44 magnum, all barrel lengths, falling within the S130000-Sl60350 block of S/Ns, of which a total of 6,500 units were produced from 1956 to 1958.
Smith & Wesson, .44 Hand Ejector, all cal.’s, S/Ns 1-62488 (no letter).
Smith & Wesson, .45 Hand Ejector model of 1950, revolvers, Military, with fixed sight, cal.’s .45 Auto Rim, .45 ACP, and .45 Colt, having S/Ns between S76000 and S263000.
Smith & Wesson, .455 Mark II Hand Ejector, cal. .455.
Smith & Wesson, California Highway Patrol Commemorative Model 19 revolver, cal. .357. Smith & Wesson, City of Los Angeles 200th Anniversary Commemorative Model 19 revolver, cal. .357.
Smith & Wesson, K-22 Hand Ejector, cal. .22 LR, S/Ns 632132-696952 (no letter).
Smith & Wesson, K-32 Hand Ejector (K-32 Masterpiece), cal. .32 S&W Long, S/Ns 653388 to 682207 (no letter).
Smith & Wesson, Mercox Dart Gun, cal. .22 rimfire, blank.
Smith & Wesson, Model 16 (K-32 Masterpiece), cal. .32 S&W Long, “K” S/N series. Smith & Wesson, Model 21, cal. .44 Special, also known as the “.44 Hand Ejector Fourth Model” and the “1950 Model Military,” having S/Ns S75,000 – S263,000.
Smith & Wesson, Model .22/32 Hand Ejector (Bekeart Model), cal. .22LR, S/Ns 138220 to 534636 (no letter).
Smith & Wesson, Model 27 revolvers, Registered, cal. .357-magnum, 50 Yr. Commemorative, 5″ barrel, S/Ns REG0001 through REG2500, inclusive.
Smith & Wesson, Model 29 “Elmer Keith Commemorative”, cal. .44 magnum, revolvers, S/N EMK1 – EMK2500.
Smith & Wesson, Model 39, Connecticut State Police 75th Anniversary 1903-1978, pistols, S/Ns CSP001 – CSP704.
Smith & Wesson, Model 39, steel frame pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum. Smith & Wesson, Model 39-1 (52-A), pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum. Smith & Wesson, Model 41-1, cal. .22 short, semiautomatic pistols.
Smith & Wesson, Model 42 Centennial Airweight, cal. .38 Special, 5-shot revolvers, with aluminum alloy frame and cylinders.
Smith & Wesson, Model 45 Military & Police, cal. .22LR, revolvers.
Smith & Wesson, Model 46, cal. .22LR semiautomatic, pistols.
Smith & Wesson, Model 53, cal. .22 Remington Jet Center Fire magnum.
Smith & Wesson, Model 56 U.S. Air Force contract, cal. .38 Special, 6-shot revolvers, S/N K500001 through K515205.
Smith & Wesson Model 66 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms 1933 – 1983 50th Anniversary Commemorative, cal. .357 magnum, revolvers, having a “BATF” prefix serial number and miniature replica of an agent’s badge engraved into the frame.
Smith & Wesson, Model 66, Dallas Police Department Commemorative Edition 1881-1981. Smith & Wesson, Model 66, Distinguished Combat Magnum, cal. .357 magnum, revolver, marked with the Texas Sheriff’s Association badge and “TEXAS LAWMAN” on the right side of the frame, commemorating 150 years of law enforcement in Texas 1836-1986. Smith & Wesson, Model 66, “Naval Investigative Service Commemorative”, cal. .357, 6-shot revolvers.
Smith & Wesson, Model 147-A, cal. 9mm, 14-shot semiautomatic pistols.
Smith & Wesson, Model 544 “Texas Wagon Train Commemorative”, cal. .44/40, double action revolvers, having S/Ns with a “TWT” prefix, 5,000 total number produced.
Smith & Wesson, Model 624 revolver, First Issue, cal. .44 Target, engraved year “1985″ over the issue number (1-25) on the right sideplate.
Smith & Wesson, Model 1917 revolver, cal. .45 ACP, produced for Brazil.
Smith & Wesson, Model Straight Line, single shot pistol, cal. .22 rimfire, long rifle.
Smith & Wesson, pistol, cal. .32 ACP.
Smith & Wesson, pistol, cal. .35, all variations.
Smith & Wesson, U.S. Air Force contract M13 Aircrewman, cal. .38 Special, 5-shot J frame revolver, 6-shot K frame revolver, all variations.
Smith & Wesson, U.S. Border Patrol 50th Anniversary Commemorative, Model 66, stainless steel, cal. .357 Magnum, revolvers.
Smith & Wesson Collector’s Association, 25th Anniversary Commemorative Revolver 1970 – 1995, Model 29, cal. .44 Magnum, S/Ns SWC 0001 through SWC 0184.
Sosso, pistols, mfd. by Giulio Sosso, Turin, Italy, or Fabrica Nationale D’Armi, Brescia, Italy, cal. 9mm.
Springfield, M1 Garand, semiautomatic rifle, World War II Commemorative, cal. .30, S/Ns WW0001 to WW2500.
Springfield Armory, M1, cal. .30, manufactured from 1936 until early 1940 and incorporating the early type gas system, which does not utilize a gas port drilled into the barrel. Springfield Armory, M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle, cal..30, S/N 2502800.
Springfield Armory, Inc., Korean War Commemorative, cal. .30, MI Garand Rifle S/Ns from KW0001 to KW1000.
Standard Arms Co., rifle Model G, slide action or gas operated, any cal.
Standard Arms Co., rifle Model M, slide action, cal.’s .25-.35, .30 Rem. and .35 Rem.
Standard Arms Co., rifle/shotgun combination, U.S., Model “Camp,” slide action, cal. .50. Stevens, Model 77E, cal. 12 gauge, military riot type shotguns, properly marked and identified as mfd. for the U.S. Military, from 1963 to 1969, in original configuration.
Stevens, Models 425, 430, 435, and 440 High-Power Repeating Rifles, cal.’s .25 Remington, .30 Remington, .32 Remington, and .35 Remington.
Steyr, Model 1909, cal. .25 ACP, semiautomatic pistol.
Steyr-Hahn, M1912, pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum, marked with Third Reich police acceptance stamps of Eagle C, F, K, or L.
Steyr-Hahn, M1912, pistol, cal. 9mm Steyr.
Stock, semiautomatic pistols, all cal.’s, mfd. by Franz Stock.
Swiss Model 1931/55 rifles, cal. 7.5 mm, S/Ns 1001 to 5150.
Swiss Schmidt Rubin, Model 1911, rifle made into a harpoon gun, cal. 12mm.
Swiss self-loading rifle, test 1947, cal. 7.5mm, all variations.
Tauler Military and Police Model pistol, cal. 9mm Steyr, manufactured by Gabilondo Y Cia, Elgoibar, Spain, between 1930 and 1936.
Thompson/Center 25th Anniversary Contender, cal. .22LR, pistol, 10 inch barrel, S/Ns 25 001-25 536.
Thompson Center Contender Pistol, cal. .30 Herrett, Steve Herrett Commemorative, S/Ns SH-001 to SH-500.
Thompson Center Contender Pistol, cal. 7mm TCU, IHMSA 10th anniversary commemorative,S/Ns IHMSA 10-001 to IHMSA 10-200.
Tippmann Arms Company Models 1919 A-4, 1917, and .50 HB 1⁄2 scale, cal. .22, semi-automatic firearms, manufactured in Fort Wayne, Indiana, from 1986-1987.
Tokagypt 58, pistol, cal. 9mm Parabellum.
Trejo, semiautomatic pistols, cal.’s .22, .32, and .380, mfd. in Mexico, circa 1952 to 1972. U.S. Carbine, cal. .30, M1, manufactured by Irwin Pedersen.
U.S. Model 1911-A1 semiautomatic pistol, cal. .45, produced as original factory cut-a-ways. U.S. Model M4 Survival Rifle, as issued by the Government, cal. .22 Hornet, manufactured in the United States and Canada by Harrington and Richardson Arms Company.
U.S. Repeating Arms, 125th Anniversary Winchester Commemorative Model 94 carbines, cal. .30-30, S/Ns WRAC001 – WRAC125.
U.S. Repeating Arms, Arapaho Commemorative Model 94 carbines, cal. .30-30, S/Ns ARAPA001 – ARAPA500.
U.S. Repeating Arms, Nez Perce Winchester Commemorative Model 94 carbine, cal. .30-30, S/Ns NEZ001-NEZ600.
U.S. Repeating Arms, Ontario, Canada Conservation Office, 100th Anniversary Winchester Commemorative, Model 94 carbines, cal. 30-30, S/Ns 001CO through 400CO.
U.S. Repeating Arms, Wyoming Centennial, Winchester Commemorative Model 94 Carbines, cal. .30- 30, S/Ns WYC001 through WYC500.
U.S. Rifle, cal. .30, M1, original issue only, produced prior to 1958.
U.S. Rifle, cal. .30, M1, original military issue only, produced prior to 1956.
U.S. Rifle, cal. .30, M1C, equipped with a griffin and Howe type telescopic sight mount and the Lyman Alaskan, M81, M82, or M84 telescopic sight.
U.S. Rifle, cal. .30, M1D, equipped with M1D type telescopic sight mount and the M81, M82, or M84 telescopic sight.
U.S. Rifle, cal. .30, MC-1952, equipped with telescopic sight mount MC1 and telescopic sight MC1, marked U.S.M.C. or Kollmorgan.
U.S. Rifles, Model 1903, cal. .30, marked Rock Island Arsenal, the receivers of which were manufactured prior to June 30, 1919, and assembled at the Springfield Armory after March 1927, with serial numbers higher than 1257766.
U.S. Rifles, Model 1903, manufactured by Springfield Armory or Rock Island Arsenal, all cal.’s, all variations.
U.S. Rifles, Model 1922, 1922M1, and 1922M2, cal. .22 rimfire.
Uberti, 125th Anniversary of the Winchester, Model 1873 lever action rifle, cal. .44/40, having S/Ns between A125th001 through A125th125.
Uberti, Model 1866, L.D. Nimschke, lever action rifles, cal. .44-40, S/Ns LDN001 through LDN300.
Uberti, Model 1866, lever action rifles, “An Engraver’s Tribute to Gustave Young,” cal. .44/40,
S/Ns GY001 through GY300.
Uberti, Single action revolver, cal. .45, General George S. Patton Commemorative, S/Ns P0001 to P2500.
Union Switch and Signal Company, Model 1911-A1, cal. .45, pistol, prototype model, with S/Ns
US & S Exp. 1 to US & S Exp. 100.
United States Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Company, Artillery Model single action revolver, 100th anniversary of The Charge Up San Juan Hill, cal. .45, with a 5 1⁄2 – inch barrel and having S/Ns from NFM001 through NFM500.
UZI, Model A, semiautomatic carbine, cal. 9mm, having a Satin Nickel finish applied at the factory, S/Ns SA0001 to SA0100.
Walther, bolt action and semiautomatic rifles, all cal.’s, mfd. prior to 1946.
Walther, Model P38 semiautomatic pistols, bearing the Norwegian Army Ordnance crest on the slide, cal. 9mm Luger, S/N range 369001-370000.
Walther, Model PP and PPK pistols, mfd. in France by Manhurin during the 1950s. Walther, Model PP and PPK semiautomatic pistols, in all cal.’s, mfd. in France and marked “MANHURIN”.
Walther, Model PP and PPK semiautomatic pistols, manufactured at Zella Mehlis, cal. 7.65mm and having Dural frames.
Walther, Model PP and PPK semiautomatic pistols, manufactured at Zella Mehlis, cal.’s 5.25mm (.22), 7.65mm and 9mm Kurz and having a factory chrome or nickel finish.
Walther, Model PP pistol, 50 Jahre 1929-1979 Commemorative, cal.’s .22 and .380.
Walther, Model TP and TPH pistols, cal.’s .22 and .25 ACP, original German manufacture only. Walther, Olympic bolt-action single shot match rifle, cal. .22, made by Waffenfabrik, Walther,
Zella-Mehlis (thur.) prior to World War II.
Walther, pistols, mfd. at Zel1a-Mehlis (Thur) prior to 1946, all models, all cal.’s.
Walther, post World War II production Model P38- and P1-type semiautomatic pistols made for or issued to a military force, police agency, or other government agency or entity. Walther, rifles, Model 182, cal. .22, made by Waffenfabrik, Walther, Zella-Mehlis prior to
World War II.
Watson Brothers, Lee-Speeds type, custom sporting rifle, cal. .303, S/N 7738. Webley, Model 1909, pistol, cal. 9mm Browning Long.
Webley and Scott, M1913, Navy or Commercial, self-loading pistol, cal. .455. Webley and Scott, Model 1910 and 1913 high velocity pistols, cal. .38 ACP. Webley-Fosbury, semiautomatic revolvers, all cal.’s, all models.
Winchester, Apache Commemorative carbine, mfd. in 1974, a commemorative edition of the Model 1894 Winchester, with S/N prefix of AC.
Winchester Colt Commemorative Set, Winchester Signature Model “Oliver F. Winchester” Model 94 carbine, cal. 44-40, lever action, as mfd. By U.S. Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT, and the Colt Signature Model “Samuel Colt”, cal. .44-40 receiver, as manufactured by Colt Industries, Firearms Division, Hartford, CT.
Winchester, Comanche Commemorative carbine, mfd. in 1975, a commemorative edition of the Model 1894 Winchester, with S/N prefix of CC.
Winchester, “Matched Set of 1000,” a cased pair consisting of a Winchester Model 94 rifle, cal. .30-30, and a Winchester Model 9422 rifle, cal. .22.
Winchester, Model 12, “Ducks Unlimited” shotgun, bearing S/Ns DU-001 through DU-800 (Commemorative).
Winchester, Model 12, pump action shotguns, mfd. from 1912 through 1963, S/Ns 1 through 1962017.
Winchester, Model 12, Shotgun, cal. 12 gauge, prototype for Ducks Unlimited Commemorative, S/N Y2002214.
Winchester, Model 12 Y, pump action shotguns, all variations, manufactured between 1972 and 1979, S/Ns Y2000100 through Y2026399.
Winchester, Model 21, double barrel shotguns, all gauges, all grades, mfd. by Winchester and U.S. Repeating Arms.
Winchester, Model 21, Grand American Double Barrel Shotgun, cal. 20 and 28 gauge, S/N 32984, Engraved Custom Built by Winchester for Philip S. Rane.
Winchester, Model 37, single barrel shotguns, all gauges, manufactured between 1936 and 1963. Winchester, Model 42, cal. .410 gauge, shotguns.
Winchester, Model 52, rifle, bearing S/Ns 1 to 6500.
Winchester, Model 53, all original, mfd. from 1924 to 1947 with 16″ or longer barrel, and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 54, rifle, speed lock variation, cal. .270.
Winchester, Winchester, Winchester, Winchester, Winchester, Winchester, Winchester, 50 ANV Winchester, 581472.
Model 54 rifles.
Model 55, cal. .22, single shot rifle.
Model 61, cal. .22 rimfire, slide action repeater, hammerless.
Model 62, cal. .22 rimfire, slide action repeater.
Model 63, self-loading rifles, cal. .22 rimfire.
Model 64 and 65, lever action rifles.
Model 70, 50th Anniversary bolt-action rifle, cal. .300 Winchester Magnum, S/Ns 1 through 50 ANV 500.
Model 70, bolt-action rifle, all cal.’s, mfd. in or before 1963 having S/Ns less than
Winchester, Model 70, rifle, cal.’s .308, .270 Winchester, or 30-06, 19″ barrel and Mannlicher type stock, made from 1968 to 1971.
Winchester, Model 70, Ultra Match Target Special Grade rifle, cal. .308.
Winchester, Model 70, XTR Featherweight Ultra Grade, cal. .270, bolt-action rifle, 1 of 1,000. Winchester, Model 71, all original, mfd. from 1936 to 1958 with 16″ or longer barrel and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 85, single shot rifle, all original, mfd. from 1899 to 1920, with 16″ or longer barrel and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 86, all original, mfd. from 1899 to 1935, with 16″ or longer barrel and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 88, carbine, cal.’s .243, .284, .308, or .358, mfd. by Winchester Western Division, Olin Corporation, New Haven, CT.
Winchester, Model 88, rifles, all cal.’s.
Winchester, Model 92, all original, mfd. from 1899 to 1947, with 16″ or longer barrel and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 94, 150th Anniversary Texas Ranger Commemorative, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, 1980 Alberta Diamond Jubilee Commemorative, carbine, cal. .38/55. Winchester, Model 94, Alaskan Purchase Centennial, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, American Bald Eagle Commemorative Carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Antlered Game Commemorative, carbine, cal. .30-30.
Winchester, Model 94, Bat Masterson commemorative.
Winchester, Model 94, Bicentennial 76, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Buffalo Bill, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Buffalo Bill, rifle.
Winchester, Model 94, C.M. Russell, Great Western Artist Commemorative carbine. Winchester, Model 94, Calgary Stampede Commemorative, carbine, cal. .32 Winchester Special. Winchester, Model 94, Canadian 1967, Centennial carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Canadian 1967, Centennial rifle.
Winchester, Model 94, Canadian Pacific Centennial, carbine, cal. .32 Winchester Special. Winchester, Model 94, Chevrolet Outdoorsman sets, carbines, cal. .30-30, having S/Ns between 5130000 and 5466000.
Winchester, Model 94, “Chief Crazy Horse,” commemorative lever action rifle, cal. .38-55, mfd. by U.S. Repeating Arms Co., New Haven, CT.
Winchester, Model 94, Cowboy Commemorative, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Custom Limited Edition Centennial, rifle, cal. .30 WCF, S/Ns CNTL 01 through CNTL 94.
Winchester, Model 94, Frederick Remington, Great Western Artist Commemorative carbine. Winchester, Model 94, Illinois Sesquicentennial, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, John Wayne Commemorative (Canadian Issue), carbine, cal. .32-40. Winchester, Model 94, John Wayne commemorative, cal. .32-40, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Kentucky Bicentennial rifle, cal. .30-30, S/N range KY001-KY500. Winchester, Model 94, Klondike Gold Rush Commemorative, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Legendary Frontiersman rifle, cal. .38-55.
Winchester, Model 94, Legendary Lawman Commemorative, carbine, cal. .30-30. Winchester, Model 94, Limited Edition, carbine, cal. .30-30, S/Ns 77L1 – 77L1500. Winchester, Model 94, “Limited Edition I.”
Winchester, Model 94, “Limited Edition II” rifle, cal. .30-30.
Winchester, Model 94, Limited Edition Centennial, cal. .30 WCF, rifles, S/Ns CN10,001 – CN10,250, mfd. by the USRAC Custom Gun Shop for the Winchester Arms Collectors Association, having a replica Lyman No. 2 tang sight and with the WACA medallion placed in the buttstock.
Winchester, Model 94, Little Big Horn Centennial, carbine. Winchester, Model 94, Lone Star Commemorative, carbine. Winchester, Model 94, Lone Star Commemorative, rifle, cal. .30-30.
Winchester, Model 94, Mounted Police, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Nebraska Centennial, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, NRA Centennial, musket.
Winchester, Model 94, NRA Centennial, rifle, cal. .30-30.
Winchester, Model 94, Oklahoma Diamond Jubilee Commemorative, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, One of One Thousand European Rifle commemorative.
Winchester, Model 94, rifles and carbines mfd. prior to January 2, 1964, and having a S/N of less than 2,700,000, provided their barrel length is at least 16″ and their overall length at least 26″.
Winchester, Model 94, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Centennial, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Saskatchewan Diamond Jubilee Carbine commemorative.
Winchester, Model 94, Sioux Commemorative carbines, cal. 30-30, with S/Ns beginning with “SU.”
Winchester, Model 94, The Oliver F. Winchester commemorative.
Winchester, Model 94, Theodore Roosevelt, Carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Theodore Roosevelt, Rifle.
Winchester, Model 94 “Trapper”, cal. .357 magnum, saddle ring carbine, 100th Anniversary Commemorative 1894-1994.
Winchester, Model 94, United States Border Patrol Commemorative, carbine, cal. .30-30. Winchester, Model 94, Wells Fargo and Company Commemorative, carbines.
Winchester, Model 94, Wild Bill Hickok Commemorative, cal. .45, S/Ns WBH001 – WBH350. Winchester, Model 94, Wyoming Centennial Commemorative carbines, cal. .30-30, S/Ns WYC001 – WYC500.
Winchester, Model 94, Wyoming Diamond Jubilee, carbine.
Winchester, Model 94, Yellow Boy Indian, carbine.
Winchester, Model 95, all original, mfd. from 1899 to 1938, with 16″ or longer barrel and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 1866, Centennial, carbine.
Winchester, Model 1866, Centennial, rifle.
Winchester, Model 1873, all original, mfd. from 1899 to 1925, with 16″ or longer barrel and 26″ or longer overall length.
Winchester, Model 1890 rifles.
Winchester, Model 1894, Florida Sesquicentennial carbine, cal. .30-30, S/Ns FL001-FL500. Winchester, Model 1894, Golden Spike, carbine.
Winchester, Model 1894, Special Carbine, cal. .30 WCF, S/N 948487.
Winchester, Model 1894, Texas 1986 Sesquicentennial rifle and carbine, cal. .38-55. Winchester, Model 1897, pump action shotguns, all gauges, manufactured between 1899 and 1957, S/Ns 1 through 1,024,700.
Winchester, Model 1897 or 97 riot guns, cal. 12 gauge, 20″ barrels with original RIC (Royal Irish Constabulary) markings.
Winchester, Model 1902, cal. .22, bolt-action rifles.
Winchester, Model 1903, cal. .22, semiautomatic rifles.
Winchester, Model 1906 rifles.
Winchester, Model 9422, Annie Oakley Commemorative carbine. Winchester, Model 9422, Cheyenne Commemorative rifles, cal. .22. Winchester, Model 9422, “Eagle Scout Commemorative,” rifle, cal. .22.
Winchester, Northwest Territories Centennial rifle.
Whitney, “Wolverine” and “Lighting”, cal. .22, automatic pistols as mfd. by Whitney Firearms Company, Hartford, CT between 1955 – 1962.
Yugoslavian M1948 (M48) bolt-action rifles, cal. 7.92 x 57mm, produced at the Kragujevac Arsenal, original military configuration only.
Yugoslavian manufactured rifles M59 and M59/66, cal. 7.62 x 39mm, all semiautomatic variations having a fixed magazine, manufactured from 1947-1992.

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Ryan is a former special operations sniper (1/75 Ranger) and current firearms attorney, firearms industry executive, university lecturer, and bestselling author of the Long Range Shooting Handbook.

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