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  1. Only looking to sell as a collection so take all or none: 1921/1928AC (U.S. Navy Overstamped) Colt’s Thompson This is considered a Shooter grade Colt Thompson This gun, NO 7204 was stripped of most of its Colt Parts and was rebuilt with G.I. Parts. All or almost all of the original Colt parts have been removed and replaced by GI or other non-original parts. The receiver and frame are Colt's and matching but have been refinished with what appears to be a gray parkerized finish. NO 7204 is from the Village of Port Chester, New York Police Department. It is believed the police department owned NO 7204 for a long time but no documentation exists as to the details of the original purchase or acquisition. It is also unknown when all the above changes to NO 7204 occurred. Study the pictures carefully and do not hesitate to ask questions. The following information is from Gordon Herigstad's 6th Edition, Colt Thompson Submachine Gun Serial Numbers & Histories. Federal Laboratories Inc. 185 41st Street, Pittsburgh PA. Sales Sample for Salesman W.C. Jamison c/o Hillman Hotel, Birmingham, Alabama (1 Shipped to him on 9/14/33) Hawkeye Protective Appliance Company of Des Moines, IA (5/35) Port Chester NY Police Department (on a Form 10) Transferred to ATT-Tactical on a Form 5 Thanks TD for the help in this writeup. Harrington & Richardson Reising 50 This gun, NO 10548 appears to be complete. NO 10548 is from the Village of Amityville New York Police Department. It is believed that the police department owned NO 10548 for a long time but no documentation exists as to the details of the original purchase or acquisition. Appears all original. We bought 3 Gemini Mags which will need a little tweeting. Gun runs. Study the pictures carefully and do not hesitate to ask questions. Transferred to ATT-Tactical on a Form 5 2 Ithaca Auto & Burglar Smooth Bore Pistol(s) Both NO 434449 & NO 435637 have the cracked Grip so common with these from being dropped. Both NO 434449 & NO 435637 are from the Village of Port Chester New York Police Department. It is believed that the police department owned both NO 434449 & NO 435637 for a long time but no documentation exists as to the details of the original purchase or acquisition. Appears all original. Both have their original Hip Holsters- see photos for condition. Both guns fire both barrels. Study the pictures carefully and do not hesitate to ask questions. Both transferred to ATT-Tactical on a Form 5 All for $35K plus reasonable freight charges. We are located 40 minutes in traffic east of JFK Airport, if you'd like to visit them. We will pick you up at the airport and take you back. I only want to sit down once to do the transfers. P/M or call.
  2. Ithace m37 aow 12ga, cerakoted with punisher logo. 14”
  3. Typical hunting dog engraving on receiver, nice color. Direct email only, please: nick.gorgenNOSPAM@gmail.com Remove NOSPAM from email.