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Glock

Glock

The company's simple emphasis on lightweight, slim-profile, "pointable" pistols was a recipe for success, impressing first-time shooters with their ease of use and longtime shooters with their reliability and accuracy.

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Sturm, Ruger & Co.

Sturm, Ruger & Co.

Unlike Glock, Ruger manufactures both long guns and handguns. Ruger's handguns are generally similar to Ford pickup trucks: simple, reliable and moderately priced compared to the competition.

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Sig Sauer

Sig Sauer

A redesign and reconfiguration into new full-sized and compact models saw the Sig series of handguns widely accepted among U.S. police forces, including the San Francisco Police Department, and are acceptable carry pistols for the New York and Houston police departments

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Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson

One of the oldest names in American firearms. Today the "M&P" pistols are standard issue in many police departments worldwide, including the Chicago, Houston and Detroit police departments, while Smith and Wesson revolvers are considered the standard in American revolvers.

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Heckler & Koch

Heckler & Koch

"H&K" as it is known in the U.S. market, makes everything from grenade launchers for the United States Army to the U.S. Marine Corp's new M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle. H&K's nine-millimeter VP9 series of handguns are durable and reliable, while the .

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Kimber K6s DA/SA .357 Mag Target 4″ RevolverThe K6s (DASA) is the next evolution of the Kimber revolver product line that takes the acclaimed K6s system and outfits it with a double and single action trigger mechanism. The platform maintains the benefits of the original K6s such as the outstanding double action trigger pull, compact envelope, and six shot capacity but with the added advantage of a single action trigger. The 4" Target GFOLearn more
Pre-Owned – Remington 1100 20 Gauge 25″ ShotgunMany skeet shooters even use the 20-gauge in 12-gauge events because of its reduced recoil. It's a great combination of pattern density and pellet energy grinds up targets in even the most difficult presentations. It features a tournament-grade American walnut stock with a gloss finish and includes a sporting-style recoil pad. The overall condition is great with a few scratches on the receiver.Learn more
Pre-Owned – Remington 1100 Magnum 12 Gauge 25″ ShotgunThis semi-automatic shotgun comes equipped with a 25" barrel, American walnut stock, and 3" chambers. The overall condition is great with minor scratches on the stock and barrel. Still a great firearm to add to the collection! (No Box/ Nor Accessories) To view additional photographs at a higher quality, Please visit our Gun's International Listing. Click Here!Learn more
Pre-Owned – Wilson Combat CQB Elite 9mm 5″ HandgunThe standard package of custom features is designed to meet the needs of serious professionals, each selected with the input of experts in the field. Here are what is standard: Bullet Proof® parts throughout, serrations on the top and the rear of the slide, Battlesight rear sight with fiber optic front sight, matching serrations on the back of the extractor, checkered mainspring housing, andLearn more
Pre-Owned – Colt 1909 Double Action .45 LC 4.5″ RevolverThe Colt New Service is a large frame, large caliber, double-action revolver made by Colt from 1898 until 1941. Made in various calibers, the .45 Colt version with a 4½" barrel, was adopted by the U.S. Armed Forces as the Model 1909. The overall condition is great with a few handling marks along the barrel. This model comes with a leather holster. To view additional photographs at a higherLearn more
Pre-Owned – Colt Pocket Positive .32 ACP 1.75″ RevolverThe Colt Police Positive was an improvement of Colt's earlier “New Police” revolver, upgraded with an internal hammer block safety. Colt named this new security device the “Positive Lock”, and its nomenclature ended up being incorporated as a partial namesake for the new revolver. The overall condition is great as it comes with a leather holster (No Box/ Nor Accessories). To viewLearn more
Springfield SAINT-B5 5.56 Nato 9.6″ PistolThe SAINT® Pistol 5.56 offers the legendary performance of the SAINT rifle in a compact package. The pinned Picatinny gas block is both unobtrusive and utterly reliable. The 9.6″ chrome moly vanadium barrel combines accuracy with maneuverability. The gun features nickel boron-coated fire controls, rugged Carpenter 158 steel bolt, slick Trinity Force® Breach Brace, and a handguard, pistolLearn more
Pre-Owned – Dan Wesson .357 Magnum Double 5″ RevolverThis Dan Wesson .357 Magnum revolver comes equipped with a 5" barrel, a double-action hammer, and a blued finish. It also holds 6 rounds in the cylinder and is built with a wooden grip. This model is in great condition with minor scratches on the left side of the firearm (No Box/ Nor Accessories). To view additional photographs at a higher quality, Please visit our Gun's International Listing.Learn more
Pre-Owned – Wiener Waffenfabrik Little Tom .25 ACP 2.25″ PistolWiener Waffenfabrik Little Tom .25 ACP caliber pistol. Very rare .25 caliber pistol made in Austria in 1922. One of the first double-action autos made. The magazine loads from the top of the pistol and is made of brass. The overall condition is fair with a gash on the left side of the grip. (No Box/ Nor Accessories) To view additional photographs at a higher quality, Please visit our Gun'sLearn more
Pre-Owned – Colt 1908 .25 ACP 2″ Vest Pocket PistolThe Model 1908 Vest Pocket is a compact, hammerless, striker-fired, semi-automatic single-action pistol. Manufactured by Colt's Manufacturing Company from 1908 to 1948, it was marketed as a small concealable firearm that could be easily tucked into a vest pocket for unobtrusive carry. This model is in fine condition with some rust on the trigger and some minor scratches along the slide. To viewLearn more

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