Landsborough Auctions are preparing for their upcoming online bidding auction on February 20th, 2018 to kick off their new year in fine fashion. Over 300 Lots are up for grabs via absentee bidding and live bidding on the day of the sale. This auction features a great array of ammo, hunting accessories, reloading equipment, and more to get everyone ready for the upcoming year.
For bidders looking for good buys on holsters, this is the catalog to view. Lot 19 is featured and is a Canadian made police holster and ammo pouch. Lot 21 provides an exceptional deal on a group of five holsters that include a Browning, a US Military stamped 1917, and a Hinter holster. There are box lots of holster that can be found at lots 51, 54, and 102 that deserve a look. Lot 304 offers a package of a pair of holsters and 50 rounds of ammo. All pieces have photos and descriptions for browsing.
There are a pair of box lots of gun parts available in the auction. First up is Lot 57 and this package includes a Lefever shotgun receiver with parts, some scope rings, two black window sling shots and a used gun cleaning kit. Lot 282 puts together 2 Lee Enfield bolts and a sight, a savage sight, a pair of scope rings, and some unbranded sights. There is also a deburring tool in the box. Box lots sell all for one money and are excellent buys at auction.
There is a huge selection of ammo up for grabs throughout the sale. Bidders can go to the online catalog and search for the keyword “ammo” to get a selection. The featured box is 300 rounds of Winchester 22 magnum available for bidding at Lot 195.
Two items getting a lot of early interests are Burris Eliminator Laser Scopes. One is available at Lot 46 and the other one is on the auction block at Lot 180. Both will hammer down for below retail prices and photos are available online.
The live auction beings at 6PM Eastern Time on Tuesday February 20th, 2018. Absentee bids will be run through the sale along with competitors joining the live sale. Landsborough even spices up the auction with an audio feed to complete the experience. Everything hammers down to the highest bidder. Any questions about the pieces can be sent through email or telephone as listed in the online catalog on iCollector.com.