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Handguns, Rifles, and Shotguns up for Auction on March 19th from Ontario, Canada

Landsborough Auctions are presenting their next very soon. On March 19th, 2016 they present an excellent auction of firearms with absentee and live bidding all through iCollector.com. Over 500 firearms are up for grabs including makers such as Colt, Ruger, Winchester, Remington, Mauser, and Lee Enfield. More are available for bidding and the entire catalog is online for viewing and registration.

Collectors of antique revolvers are going to want to be looking at Lot 33. Presented here is an antique Colt 1860 Percussion Pistol. This has 44 percussion and a 202mm barrel, with wood grips that appear to be sanded down. This already has absentee bidding action and looks to sell in excess of $1000. Also among the 10 Colt firearms in this auction is an official police handgun available at Lot 45. This is a restricted revolver, with 22LR, a 152mm barrel, and serial number 25815. This is in excellent condition and made circa 1947. This piece also has busy activity leading up to the sale and will hammer down for a collector’s price.

There is tremendous representation in this auction for Winchester collectors. There are over 60 of them to chose from on auction day. Highlighted is Lot 207, which is a beautiful Winchester 1910SL rifle. This non-restricted firearm is self loading with a 20” barrel. The serial is 627 and the wood had dents and scratches with understandable marks. The bore is very good and is a presentation gun. An absolutely great buy at auction and will sell for a fantastic price. Another one of the highlights of the selection is presented at Lot 264. This piece is a Winchester 1894 Rilfe cal 38-55. There is a 26” octagon barrel and the bore is shiny but lightly pitted. The serial on this rifle is 337767 and current bidding is taking it over $500.

At Lot 244 is a Mauser 1941 Portuguese Short Rifle available to the highest bidder on the day. This is a non-restricted firearm with bolt action and an 8MM mauser, with 24” barrel. The wood has some dents and scratches and the bore is excellent. There are markings of an eagle and a swastika on the barrel and wood. This historical piece is selling to the highest bidder and has some great photos to view in the online catalog.

The auction launches at 9AM on Saturday March 19th, 2016 with a day of bidding. All firearms have photos and descriptions for viewing in the online catalog, and Landsbourough Auctions are pleased to answer any questions about their offerings. Registration is simple and bids can be placed anytime leading up to the auction.

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