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Historic Pistols - The American Martial Flintlock



The first book to show the evolutionary development of the American martial flintlock pistol and the sometimes related Kentucky pistol. 163 flintlock handguns used by the Amerian military throughout different wars. An excellent reference. Book is New, un-opened and still in the shrinkwrap.
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Price: $25
WWII Japanese Nagoya Type 99 7.7 W/Bayonet & Capture Paper

Gun retains 85% original finish overall with some light surface rust here and there and a coat of dried grease. Excellent bore. Excellent working order. the bolt face does not appear to have any cartridge marks on it. Stock is fine with some light handling marks. All matching numbers. The mum has been ground. Early style rear sight with
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Price: $625
Older Malaysian Parang With Scabbard Sword

Blade measures 19 1/4 inches long and 1 1/4 inches wide. 24 1/2 inches long overall without the scabbard. The handle is 5 inches long. Has some decoration on either side of the blade. Handle appears to be pewter with a good amount of work on it. Wood scabbard has some cloth decoration on it. Some brass work on the bottom. Really a neat t
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Price: $325
Irish Flint Muff Pistol Whitney of Cork Ireland

Gun has been lightly cleaned at some point. Markings are clear. Good working order. Wood grip is very good with some light handling marks. Approximately 44 caliber. Flint. Smoothbore. 2 1/2 inch round barrel. Made by Whitney of Cork. This is a really pretty, albiet plain little gun.
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Price: $725

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OBI Antique Firearms News

Most of the items we have for sale are listed on our Gunauction.com and Gunbroker.com listings.  The links can be found on the left side of the page.  Please feel free to email us with any questions.  We also have a Facebook page which can be found at www.facebook.com/obiantiquefirearms

George E. Ruben of OBI Antique Firearms

Antique and historical firearms dealer and collector George E. Ruben of OBI Antique Firearms in Oyster Bay, NY shows off a 1768 Charleville musket converted by the Confederate army during the Civil War, left, and a 1st Model 1762 Grice Brown Bess Unit Marked musket at The East Coast Fine Arms Show Saturday, January 5, 2013 at the Stamford Plaza Conference Center in Stamford, Conn.

The gun show was hosted by the Westchester Collectors of Connecticut.
Photo by Peter Hvizdak / New Haven Register.

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