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GUN OF THE DAY - Remington Elliot Derringer
Remington's New Model Repeating Pistol No. 2 was what our GOTD was dubbed when it debuted in 1863. Offered in .32 rimfire, this four-shot had a distinctive ring trigger, a feature that may have helped 25,000 similar handguns in both .32 and .22 chamberings sell during the 1863 to 1888 production run.
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12/09/2016 at 19:21. Facebook
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12/09/2016 at 14:02. Facebook
GUN OF THE DAY - Stevens Target Pistol
Our engraved GOTD was called by its donor as the "No. 1," but collectors also know this target pistol as the Steven-Lord No. 36 .22 pistol. While this model made from 1880 to 1911, we know our example was made prior to 1886 because of its one-line barrel marking.
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12/08/2016 at 14:02. Facebook
GUN OF THE DAY - Smith & Wesson No. 2 Revolver
While it started off during the American Civil War, our six-shot .32 GOTD revolver continued in production until 1874. This was one of the first metallic cartridge arms manufactured by Smith & Wesson in Springfield, MA and like the smaller No. 1 in .22 rimfire, these spur-trigger handguns were popular personal protection choices for soldiers and...
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12/07/2016 at 17:30. Facebook
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12/07/2016 at 16:01. Facebook
SPECIAL FEATURE - Tarzan's War Trophy
Our Special Feature belonged to the oldest American war correspondent, Edgar Rice Burroughs, who was posting columns as Japanese bombers soared in the skies above Pearl Harbor 75 years ago. Burroughs traveled across the Pacific and was to acquire this 8mm Japanese Type 94 pistol in the course of his work. Burroughs is better known as the creator of...
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12/07/2016 at 14:02. Facebook
GUN OF THE DAY - Sharps & Hankins Pepperbox
Our four-shot GOTD hails from Philadelphia and this Model 3A Sharps & Hankins .32 rimfire was one of about 2500 pieces made from 1859 to 1874. This little breechloader has a nice pair of checkered gutta-percha grip panels. Unlike earlier Sharps & Hankins handguns, this model had its barrel release on the left side of the frame.
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12/06/2016 at 14:02. Facebook
GUN OF THE DAY - Marlin Model 1893
Our GOTD is a .30-30, but surprise, it's not a Winchester. The Marlin Model 1893 was manufactured from 1893 to 1936 and within that time period, more than a million were produced. It took Winchester's M1894 only until 1927 to match the production total for Marlin's first smokeless lever-action rifle.
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12/05/2016 at 14:02. Facebook
GUN OF THE DAY - Winchester Model 67 Rifle
There's always room for a single-shot .22 GOTD here. Winchester's bolt-action Model 67 was offered from 1934 to 1963 and was one of the many pre-1968 Winchesters that did not bear serial numbers. About 383,000 were made in 20, 24, and 27 inch barrel lengths.
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12/04/2016 at 14:01. Facebook
GUN OF THE DAY - Stevens No. 12 Marksman Rifle
Sometimes you get a GOTD that might offer an incredible story. Who did the great woodcarving on both sides of this single-shot .22's stock? We sadly don't know, but this Stevens model, offered from 1912 to 1933, could be had in .22, .25, or .32 rimfire chamberings.
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GUN OF THE DAY - Colt Camp Perry Single Shot Pistol
On this day in 1963, Major General Julian Hatcher passed away at the age of 75. As a noted firearms expert and author, he is one of the 20th century's most highly regarded names when it comes to guns. He even worked as a Technical Editor for NRA's "American Rifleman" magazine. In 1938, he went to Camp Perry to compete with a pistol of the...
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GUN OF THE DAY - Sectionalized Weatherby Mark V Receiver
In production since 1958, Weatherby's Mark V rifles are considered to be their flagship firearm. Their 9-Lug action was designed to safely withstand the high pressure cartridges fired from the guns. If you've ever wondered what the inside of that mechanism looks like and what makes it so strong and safe, then wonder no more! This...
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GUN OF THE DAY - Remington Nylon 76 Rifle
Despite our GOTD being the only lever-action repeating rifle made by Remington, sadly, it remains hidden by the long shadow of the far more popular semi-automatic Remington Model 66. Only about 25,000 Nylon 76s were made compared to over a million for the Nylon 66.
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GUN OF THE DAY - Anschutz Woodchucker Rifle
Our GOTD is for the kid in all of us that still remembers their first shot with a .22 rifle. Anschutz's Woodchucker is a bolt-action design with a European hardwood stock that can be set up as a single-shot, but can use a 5-shot box magazine.
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GUN OF THE DAY - Dumonthier Revolver
Who wouldn't want a folding trigger, 8mm pinfire revolver fitted with a knife blade? Our GOTD was made by Celestin Dumonthier, who operated at the Rue de Des Petits Hotels 23, Saileville, Oise in France from 1875 to 1900. This intriguing piece was once part of the Harolds Club collection, but now can be seen daily in the Robert E. Petersen Gallery in...
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GUN OF THE DAY - Lindsay Pistol
Not often do we get a chance to feature a firearm that was actually made by a knife company. Our .44 caliber GOTD is called the Lindsay Two-shot and is rare in this larger (martial size). About 100 of these pistols, featuring a single barrel with superimposed loads were produced by the Union Knife Company of Naugatuck, CT.
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GUN OF THE DAY - Pair of Presentation Colt Model 1851 Navy Revolvers
Originally presented to Lt. C.H. Peirce, a veteran of both the Mexican War and American Civil War, these two .36 caliber handguns were engraved and cased with scrimshawed ivory grips by Grubb of Philadelphia. Peirce served 40 years in federal government employment, totaling 25 years with the US Army and another 15 years in...
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GUN OF THE DAY - Savage Model 1907 Pistol
This .32-caliber Savage 1907 is a beautiful example of the model. Sporting "Factory A" level engraving and mother of pearl grips. It also happens to be a presentation piece. Medal of Honor recipient Brigadier General Marion Maus received this gun around 1911. Maus led the Apache Scouts during the Indian Wars.
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GUN OF THE DAY - L.B. Taylor & Co Derringer
This .22 caliber GOTD was known for its stout barrel latch, but with just a two-year manufacturing run (1868-1870), that feature sure didn't find many purchasers of this single-shot arm. About 1,800 L.B. Taylor & Company brass frame derringers were made in Chicopee, MA.
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GUN OF THE DAY - Dardick Series 1500 Pistol
Firing triangular polymer cartridges called "Trounds," the Dardick was an unusual handgun that could be made into a carbine when combined with a separate stock housing. Adding to the weird-factor of this gun, it also combined the operating features of the revolver and the magazine capacity of the semi-automatic. The Dardick was first marketed in 1954...
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