Let's be honest, if we don't have it, you probably dont need it

Features: Identical to the pistol carried by LAPD® SWAT, plus the integral Kimber Tactical Rail™, the TLE (Tactical Law Enforcement) is widely regarded as the ideal 1911 for duty carry and personal protection.

Specifications: Height (inches) 90° to barrel: 5.25

Weight (ounces) with empty magazine: 39

Length (inches): 8.7

Magazine capacity: 8

Recoil spring (pounds): 18.5

A full-length guide rod

Frame:Material: Steel

Finish: Matte Black

Width (inches): 1.28

Front strap checkering

1913 Picatinny Rail

Slide:Material: Steel

Finish: Matte Black

Barrel: Length (inches): 5

Material: Steel, match grade

Twist rate (left hand): 16

Stainless steel match grade bushing

Sights: Meprolight Tritium 3-dot night sight, fixed

Radius (inches): 6.8

Grips: Aggressively textured G-10 grips

Trigger Aluminum, match grade

Factory setting (approximate pounds): 4.0 - 5.0

Colt Single Action Army (SAA) "U.S. Cavalry" marked. Chambered in .45 Colt. This firearm is O.W. Ainsworth inspected. John Kopec wrote the letter of authentication. It was a firearm he had not yet seen from this small window of Colt SAA guns with Ainsworth stamps. Unfortunately, it is too early for a Colt factory letter. It has a 7 1/2" BBL and weighs 37OZ. MFG: 1874. This will be the high point in most any collection. $50,000.00

Browning, Renaissance Three pistol set, 9M/M, .380 Auto and .25 A.C.P.,, with presentation case, MFG: 1967-'68 Browning presentation case designed specifically for the Browning Renaissance set. Black case is fitted w/ red liner & logo that says "Automatics by / Browning / St. Louis, Mo." 1) Cal. 9mm. . Bbl. 4 3/4". Browning Hi-Power. French gray action & slide w/ heavy coverage foliate engraving on both sides of slide & frame w/ additional coverage on front & rear of grip frame & top of action. Gold colored trigger. Mother of Pearl grip panels. MAG: 1 - 13 rd. CONDITION: overall near excellent. (18-3954/TB). 2) Cal. 380 ACP. . Bbl. 3 1/2". Browning 380. French grey action & slide w/ vine & leaf pattern covering nearly every surface. Gold colored trigger. Mother of Pearl grips. MAG: 1 - 6 rd. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent. (18-3955/TB). 3) Cal. 25 ACP.. Bbl. 2". Baby Browning. French gray frame & slide w/ full coverage foliate engraving. Gold colored trigger. Mother of Pearl grip panels. MAG: 1 - 6 rd. CONDITION: all aspects near excellent. $15,500.00

Erfurt Royal Arsenal 1914 Military 9 M/M, WIth era-correct Holster and 2 magazines, 4" BBL, weighs 26OZ, MFG: 1916 

1936 Luftwaffe contract Krieghoff P '08 9MM Luger with holster, extra mag and loading tool. Extensive LWaW 1st and 2nd acceptance proofs throughout the gun. It is a 1908 Model with a 4" barrel. The first toggle link is marked with the Krieghoff monogram and there is a "V" rear sight on the last toggle link. The 1936 Dated Kreighoff is said to be produced in the 4400-7500 serial range with a maximum production of 2900 lugers. This scarcity contributes to the rising cost of the Krieghoff over the last 10 years with good examples in prime condition very difficult to find. Make this one yours today before it's gone. $7,995.00

Smith and Wesson K-22 Masterpiece .22 LR has a 6" BBL weighs 41 OZ MFG: 1946-'55  The birth of the 20th century provided a seminal moment for Smith & Wesson. In 1899, the company introduced its .38 Hand Ejector Military & Police Model revolver, which became the basis for as much as half of the company’s product line. The new frame size—deemed the K-frame—instantly became the most popular revolver for competitive target shooters in its adjustable-sight configuration. According to Roy Jinks in History of Smith & Wesson, the .38 Hand Ejector Military & Police Target models held 24 of 40 all-time records of the U.S. Revolver Association in 1913. The M&P Target had gravitas. $1,295.00

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