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  1. WTS: P88 Walther 9mm DA 15 Shot NIB COLLECTORS

    Mike, Thank you, it is yours. Rodney
  2. Have SIX very RARE P88 Walther 9mm 15 Shot Magazines, INTERARMS Made in Italy in sealed packaging from 1993 priced $125 each plus shipping or purchase ALL SIX $750 shipped. (Negotiable On Price)
  3. WTS: P88 Walther 9mm DA 15 Shot NIB COLLECTORS

    NEW IN BOX
  4. Vintage Ruger Mark II .22 Gun Grips A00801-L & A-8R Black with Ruger Medallion Have a spare NEW set of Ruger Mark II .22 Gun Grips just in case. Vintage Ruger Mark II .22 Gun Grips A00801-L & A-8R Black with Ruger Medallion. $14.99 shipped PHOTO: https://imgur.com/a/ROAGqGd
  5. DPMS Carbine Black Glacier Guards Part Number: F304356 Your Price: $40.95 NOW: $21 shipped Quantity One PHOTOS: https://imgur.com/a/lIl92nI Description Formerly Part #: BL-FG An AP4 style handguard that utilizes 15 internal fins, rather than the standard aluminum double-shield, for heat dispersion. These unique fins, while dispersing the heat generated by rifle fire, also provide unsurpassed strength and rigidity for the handguard. Externally, the AP4 GlacierGuards™ feature 15 ribs that mirror the internal fins, and provide the shooter an enhanced grip. The AP4 GlacierGuards™ accommodate barrels with diameters less than one inch, namely the military AP4 contoured barrel and the industry standard heavy barrel. Made of a high tech, temperature resistant polymer that withstands temperatures greater than 500 degrees which allows the handguards to resist over-heating after fully-automatic fire for over 200 rounds. The fiber-reinforced polymer provides additional strength and rigidity and keeps the handguards' weight at one half pound per pair, compared to the standard .4 pounds per pair.
  6. WTS: Genuine Ruger Factory Mini-14 20-round magazines

    metalreptile Sorry all FIVE Ruger Mags were sold long ago. Thanks, Rodney
  7. .30-06 ammo / 256 rounds in 32 8rd enblocks / 32 cardboard sleeves Have 256 rounds of .30-06 ammo in 32 8rd enblocks / 32 cardboard sleeves which is $6 per enblock X 32 of the 8 rd enblocks = $192.00 shipped by Fed Ex
  8. WTS: PRISTINE Sig Sauer P220 ELITE .45ACP Pistol

    $850 shipped
  9. P88 Walther 9mm DA 15 Shot NIB COLLECTORS Characteristics — Data for P88 Walther 9mm NIB Type: Double Action Chamber: 9x19mm Luger/Parabellum Weight unloaded: 900 g Length: 187 mm Barrel length: 102 mm Capacity: two 15 round mags Price: $1,250 shipped SOLD The P88 had been developed by Carl Walther Waffenfabrik, Germany, in 1988, as a high capacity, military and law enforcement pistol. The production of the P88 had been ceased in 1996, and it had been replaced in production by P88 Compact, which is somewhat lighter and a little bit smaller, and have some techical diffrences from original P88. The P88 Competition, with ajustable sights and other minor changes, also had been produced as a sporting firearm. The P88 is a recoil operated, locked brech semi-automatic pistol. It differs from previous Walther pistols, such as P38/P1, P5 in fact that it uses conventional Browning style locking with barrel lowered by shaped cam trach in the barrel extension under the chamber. The locking is achieved by single massive lug on the barrel, that locks into the ejection port of the slide. The P88 trigger system is quite similar to that of Walther P5, but P88 has ambidexrous frame mounted decocker lever. The same internal safeties, as in P5, also available (firing pin safety, out of the batery safety / disconnector). P88 featured steel construction, with fixed sights and high capacity, 15rd double stack magazines. The Walther P88 is highly prized among collectors and sport shooters due to its superb accuracy (40 to 50 mm 1.5 to 2 inch groups at 20 m [25 yd]) and high-quality construction.
  10. 9mm Luger Factory Ammo, Remington, Winchester & UMC. Seven 50 round boxes Remington 9mm 124 grain Metal Case R9MM2 $15 each box. Four 50 round boxes Winchester 9mm 115 grain FMJ Q4172 $11 each box. Three 50 round boxes UMC 9mm 115 grain Metal Case L9MM3 $11 each box. Shipping charges will apply or BUY ALL 700 rounds for $179.00 shipped ALL SOLD
  11. Hell of a deal as shipping cost me way more than I'm charging.
  12. WTS: "U" Retainer Lock for M14/M1A & M1 Garand

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  13. DPMS Carbine Black Glacier Handguards Part Number: F304356 Your Price: $40.95 NOW: $29.99 shipped Quantity One Description Formerly Part #: BL-FG An AP4 style handguard that utilizes 15 internal fins, rather than the standard aluminum double-shield, for heat dispersion. These unique fins, while dispersing the heat generated by rifle fire, also provide unsurpassed strength and rigidity for the handguard. Externally, the AP4 GlacierGuards™ feature 15 ribs that mirror the internal fins, and provide the shooter an enhanced grip. The AP4 GlacierGuards™ accommodate barrels with diameters less than one inch, namely the military AP4 contoured barrel and the industry standard heavy barrel. Made of a high tech, temperature resistant polymer that withstands temperatures greater than 500 degrees which allows the handguards to resist over-heating after fully-automatic fire for over 200 rounds. The fiber-reinforced polymer provides additional strength and rigidity and keeps the handguards' weight at one half pound per pair, compared to the standard .4 pounds per pair.
  14. Antique Vintage 6rd Cartridge holster for 45 Long Colt Ammo Produced by Stelzig Saddlery Co. Houston, Texas. Antique Vintage 6rd Cartridge belt holster for 45 Long Colt Ammo. $25 shipped / NOW $20 shipped A. Stelzig Saddle Company History Stelzig Saddlery Company 1870 - 1992 Stelzig's of Texas 1992 - 2003 Stelzig Ranch 2004 - 2010 Houston, Texas In 1843, the Anton Stelzig Sr. (b. 1824, d. February 5, 1895) and his wife, Theresa Link, (b. 1827, d. unknown) who emigrated from Austria and arrived in the United States with Anton Stelzig Sr. already possessing a background in Saddlery and Harness Leather Work. In the very beginning, Anton Stelzig Sr. and Theresa Link Stelzig settled in Galveston, Texas, which was their base of operation as they traveled by ox drawn cart from ranch to ranch in the Galveston area offering on site Leather Work. Over the course of their marriage, Anton Stelzig Sr. and his wife Theresa Link Stelzig had 7 children: Anton Stelzig Jr. (b. June 29, 1849, d. August 25, 1893), Franz Stelzig (b. 1852), Joseph Stelzig (b. 1856), Adolph Stelzig (b. 1858), Pauline Stelzig (b. 1861), Amelia Stelzig (b. 1866) and Anna Stelzig (b. 1867). All were born in Harris County Texas. Anton Stelzig Jr. was the first American born in the Anton Stelzig Sr. family and after spending a great deal of his youth on the Conestoga Wagon with his parents traveling, Anton Stelzig Jr. was learning the trade his father. Anton Stelzig Sr. was offering their Leather Work Services to the many local Texas Ranchers. It was in 1870 that the Anton Stelzig Jr. setup his first Saddle Shop close to the U.S. Calvary Fort in the Richmond – Rosenberg area outside of Houston Texas. Anton Stelzig Jr. was married in 1873 to Elizabeth Helt whom he had met while living and working in the Richmond – Rosenberg area of Texas near Houston. Anton Stelzig Jr. and his wife had 9 Children: Maria Pauline Stelzig (b. 1873, d. unknown), Clara Louise Stelzig (b. July 22, 1874, d. May 26, 1925), Anton Stelzig III (b. Jan 20, 1876, d. unknown), Charley Stelzig (b. November 20, 1877, d. December 19, 1951), Ida Stelzig (b. September 18, 1879, d. September 1969), Bertha Elizabeth Stelzig (b. September 18, 1884, d. December 18, 1975), Frank Joseph Stelzig (b. December 12, 1886, d. April 30, 1967), Helena Stelzig (b. June 16, 1889. d. May 4, 1985), Henry Leo Stelzig (b. December 19, 1892, d. April 7, 1978). After a great deal of success and building a reputation as a superior Saddle Maker and Leather Worker, Anton Stelzig Jr. moved his business to the Brenham, Texas in 1876 where The A. Stelzig Company remained until 1887. It was in 1887 that Anton Stelzig Jr. relocated his business The A. Stelzig Company to "The Settlement on the Bayou" or Houston, Texas where he opened his original location at 209 Main Street. His advertising sign read "Dependable Leather Goods". Between 1887, when Anton Stelzig Jr. moved his Leather Working Business to Houston, and 1893, when he died at a young age of 44 years old, the business was left to be ran by Anton Stelzig Jr. eldest son, Anton Stelzig III, whom at the time he was 17 years old. The business moved from the 209 Main Street location shortly after Anton Stelzig III starting operating the business to a building on Travis Street and in 1895, Anton Stelzig Sr. died. The business thrived at the Travis Street location for years until a major fire destroyed the building completely with all of its contents, leaving Anton Stelzig III having to start over. This is very close to the turn of the Century, approximately 1900 and Anton Stelzig III now decides to rent space at the Baldwin's Old City Natatorium (Public Indoor Swimming Pools) on Louisiana Street as a temporary base of operation, which ultimately lasted 16 years, until World War I was started. By 1926, The Stelzig Saddlery Company was established and the company found a more permanent location at 612 Preston Street, within a couple of blocks of their previous addresses. This location was maintained by The Stelzig Saddlery Company for 63 years until 1989. It was at this location that over the years The Stelzig Saddlery Company expanded into many lines of Western Wear, Boots, Jewelry and other Western Accoutrements other than the initial Saddlery Goods. It was Henry Leo Stelzig that maintained the business through the depression era when he sold and delivered goods as his grandfather did; although, H. Leo Stelzig worked the Race Track Epsom Downs in Houston and sold directly to the Horse Owners and Jockeys. It was between 1939 and 1978 that the Company saw a great deal of prosperity. World War II and the following years brought enough business that by 1978 The Stelzig Saddlery Company had 3 Locations with the main location at 612 Preston Street and another Located at 410 Louisiana Street. I am not sure of the address of the third location. The downtown location was closed in 1989 and moved to an area near the Houston Galleria where The Stelzig Saddlery Company was developing a more diversified clientele serving their Western Wear needs more than Saddlery and Harness Equipment. In 2003 the Galleria Location was closed as the property where they were located was taken over by the State of Texas under the Eminent Domain Law. The Stelzig Ranch Store was opened in 2005 by the Stelzig Family and operated by Frances and Charles Stelzig at the Houston International Airport Terminal C, where the company continues operations until today and plans to expand in the future into additional airports and other venues.