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Classic of the Week – Colt Single Action Army Revolver – Sheriff’s Model

By Range Admin | Dec 10, 2021 | Comments Off on Classic of the Week – Colt Single Action Army Revolver – Sheriff’s Model

Colt Single Action Army Revolver – Sheriff’s Model .45 Colt No Ejector Rod 3” Barrel Colt offered this unique Model from 1882-1898 with barrel lengths ranging from 3” to 4 ¾”. It is made with NO ejector rod or housing and the frame is made WITHOUT the hole in the right forward section of the…

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Smith & Wesson Model of 1891 Single-Shot Target Pistol

By Range Admin | Nov 5, 2021 | Comments Off on Smith & Wesson Model of 1891 Single-Shot Target Pistol

Smith & Wesson Model of 1891 Single Shot Target Pistol First Model .22 Long Rifle 10” Barrel Single-shot pistol made on a .38 SA top-break revolver frame with the recoil shield left intact. Black hard rubber extended grips. Target sights. Available as a single-shot pistol or as a combination set with a .38 SA barrel…

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COLT Model 1917 Double Action Revolver Caliber: .45 ACP

By Range Admin | Sep 30, 2021 | Comments Off on COLT Model 1917 Double Action Revolver Caliber: .45 ACP

When the U.S. entered W.W. I in 1917, we were woefully lacking in many types of arms and war materials. One of the bright spots in the arsenal was the outstanding Colt Model 1911 45 ACP pistol; however; there weren’t near enough in inventory to meet the rapidly growing demand. The U.S. military needed many…

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Classic Gun of the Week – 1917 DWM Artillery Luger

By Range Admin | Aug 23, 2021 | Comments Off on Classic Gun of the Week – 1917 DWM Artillery Luger

The Artillery Luger (P08/17) was essentially an early attempt at a Personal Defense Weapon (PDW). It was meant for those troops whose duties made carrying a carbine or rifle inconvenient, but who wanted something with more range and accuracy than a pistol or revolver. As the name suggests it was primarily intended for artillery men,…

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Classic Gun of the Week- U.S. Switch & Signal M1911A1

By Range Admin | Jul 23, 2021 | Comments Off on Classic Gun of the Week- U.S. Switch & Signal M1911A1

U.S. Switch & Signal M1911A1 Pistol… …The Range Classic of the Week The Union Switch & Signal company of Swissvale Pennsylvania, primarily made railroad signaling equipment but received a contract on May 5, 1942 for the manufacture of M1911A1 pistols. The first pistols were accepted by Ordnance inspectors in January 1943, but the company received…

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Classic Gun of the Week – Walther P38

By Range Admin | Jul 14, 2021 | Comments Off on Classic Gun of the Week – Walther P38

Range Classic of the Week P.38 Pistole byf 43 was manufactured by Mauser in 1943. All matching serial numbers 1903 n. Original Mauser manufactured magazine marked E/135. Walther Pistole 38 In 1908, the German Army introduced the 9mm pistol P.08, also known as the Luger, as its main sidearm. Thirty years later, in 1938, this…

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Classic Gun Of The Week

By Range Admin | Jul 7, 2021 | Comments Off on Classic Gun Of The Week

Each week we will showcase a special “Classic” firearm we have at THE RANGE. Rare to Nostalgic… Military to Big Game…and no telling what in between. These firearms will be on display at a special spot in one of our showcases. If you are interested in taking a look just ask one of our associates.…

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