Antique Firearms For Sale
Beside making knives, I am also a collector of antique pistols and revolvers, specializing in European pin-fire guns of the 19th century. I am licensed to import and export antique guns and sell many fine examples at gun shows, on-line and through my website. Please feel free to inquire about anything you find here. I try to keep my selection up to date. PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL MY GUNS ARE SOLD AS COLLECTORS' PIECES AND ARE NOT WARRANTED TO BE SAFE TO SHOOT!
German- proofed 5mm rimfire pocket revolver.
Nickel plated with birds-head hardwood grips in very good condition. Properly functioning action and indexing cylinder. A tiny, curious pocket revolver marketed to ladies as a "purse companion".
Finely engraved Belgian pin-fire revolver.
Belgian bench proofs date this gun to before 1877. It bears no maker's mark, which is quite common for this period in European gun manufacture. The gun is of fine quality and finish, with ivory grips and elaborate engraving. 9mm caliber, fully functional.
Belgian made 9mm pin-fire revolver.
This military style pin-fire revolver has no maker's name. The proof marks date it between 1877 and 1893. The finish is a mottled grey patina with some surface pitting. Fully functional in double and single action. The grips are solid and in very good condition.
Rare Gustave Prevost duelling / target pistol.
This 9mm Flobert pistol is in excellent condition with an almost perfect, shiny bore, solid action and exquisitely carved stock. Dated 1866. Prevost was a renowned French gun maker known for his fine pistols and shotguns. Complete with a tin of 50 original Flobert cartridges (shipped separately, PAL required!)
Rare, cased 7mm Belgian pin-fire revolver.
Housed in its original case, this finely engraved and gold-inlaid revolver bears no maker's name. Pre-1877 proof marks, about 75% original blueing, carved ebony grips. Fully functional.
French Muff Pistol.
.50 caliber percussion pistol with twist-off barrel. Ste. Etienne provisional proof marks dating this gun to 1869. Action functions as it should.
Unmarked, nickel-plated pin-fire pistol.
In remarkably fine shape, this double-barrel pistol looks unfired. 7mm caliber, about 85% original nickel plating, fine hardwood grips. The gun may be French, or possibly Spanish.
Victor Collette 7mm pin-fire with companion boot dagger.
Mint condition Victor Collette Belgian pin-fire revolver with a matching boot dagger made by me. The dagger is fitted with a carved stag horn grip and fire-blued "furniture". It is cased in a solid walnut box with brass accents and six rounds of original ammunition.
One-Of-A-Kind Domingo Alberdi.
This is a very rare, exquisitely gold and silver inlaid, 12mm pin-fire revolver made by renowned Spanish gunmaker Domingo Alberdi in the 1860's. This is the most elaborate pin-fire gun I have ever owned. It is in near-mint condition and housed in a custom case with a matching companion dagger made by me. The blade is a random pattern damascus steel, the grip accented with silver pins to match the grip of the gun.