Marc Arms Catalog of Firearms: Cowboy Edition

March 2, 2018

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good week.

 

 

Syndicated by:Montana News

By: Marc Kelley

Good morning everyone, I hope you had a good week.

This weeks catalog features a slightly different format, in that we have put together firearms which represent the "Cowboy" aspect of our culture. Inside you will find some truly, very cool firearms from: Marlin, Cimarron, Henry, and Century Arms. Let me know what you think of the formate, I have several other "Special Editions" planned for the future.

 

We still have a Great Selection of pre-owned firearms in stock, check this section out if you are considering buying a new firearm...you will be pleasantly surprised by the savings.

 

This week I am beginning a new series entitled "Common Sense Gun Control". There are so many pieces to consider when we are having this discussion and of course there is history to be considered as well. My intention is not to change anyones mind or their position on the subject. As with all of my articles, I intend to present some facts, dispel some myths and encourage a conversation. I hope you will take the time to read the article and let me know your thoughts.

 

I have also included a link to the NRA website, at the end of the catalog. If you are considering joining the NRA, you can certainly do that here. As you look at the website, take a few minutes and explore exactly what is being said, about our Second Amendment Rights

 

Thank you all, for allowing me into your lives. Have a great weekend, be safe and love on your kids...Marc

 

Marc Arms

Catalog of Firearms:

 

Cowboy Edition

 

March 2, 2018

 

Featured Items

Marlin

 

1892 Lever Action 45/70 Govt

 

1894 Lever Action 45 Long Colt

 

336W Lever Action 30/30

 

1895G Stainless Lever Action 45/70

 

1895CB 26" Octagon Lever Action 45/70

 

Cimarron Firearms

 

Doc Holliday Collection

45 Long Colt

 

P model 357 Magnum

 

P model 45 Long Colt

 

Pistolero 45 Long Colt

 

No 3 Schofield 38 Special

 

P model Charcoal 45 Long Colt

 

1873 Short Rifle 45 Long Colt

 

1866 Yellowboy 45 Long Colt

 

Sharps Business 45/70 Govt

 

Featured Article

 

Common Sense Gun Control

Henry Repeating Arms

 

Henry Lever 22 LR

 

Henry Lever 22 WMR

 

Big Boy Steel 41 Magnum

 

Large Loop Brass 45/70

 

Original Iron 1860 44-40

 

Long Range 243 Win

 

 

Century Arms

 

PW 87 Lever Action 12 Ga

 

JW 2000 Coach Gun 12 ga

 

JW 2000 Coach Gun 20 ga

 

 

Marc Arms

Pre-owned Firearms

 

Marc Arms Personal Defense Ammunition

 

Join the NRA Today

 

Contact Information

After more than 140 years of making rifles, the engineers at Marlin Firearms, have learned a few things. Building rifles that translate to success in the real world of America’s hunters and shooters is what we do best. Since the late 1800s, Marlin has produced the strongest, most reliable leverguns ever conceived. The industry’s most diverse line of rifles also includes an extensive line of rimfires in bolt-action, autoloading and, of course, lever action. Yesterday, today and for future generations, Marlin is proud to offer

CLASSIC. AMERICAN. RIFLES.

Marlin 336W

20" Barrel

30/30

$ 399.00

 

The Marlin 336W is a classic hunting machine. Chambered for 30-30 Win. the rifle features a 20” Micro-Groove® barrel with adjustable rear sight and ramp with hood front sight. Plus, its receiver is drilled and tapped for scope mounts. The walnut-finished hardwood stock and fore-end have cut checkering.

Marlin 1895G

18.5" Stainless

45/70 Govt

$ 729.00

 

The Marlin 1895GS combines the classic look and feel of the traditional 1895 with a sharp stainless steel finish. Chambered in 45/70 Govt this levergun packs all of the power you need for the biggest game.

Marlin 1895CB

26" Octagon Barrel

45/70 Govt

$ 729.00

 

When you’re ready to hit the trail reach for this open range legend. True to its heritage with an American black walnut stock and a 26” tapered octagon barrel, and built with a precision-tuned receiver. Includes Ballard-style rifling and is chambered for 45-70 Gov’t.

Cimarron Firearms is an American firearms importer based in Fredericksburg, Texas. Established in 1984, Cimarron Arms specializes in reproduction firearms from the American Civil War and the Old West periods. As a result of their attention to detail and authenticity of their

designs, Cimarron's revolvers and rifles have been used by weapons masters in a number of western films. Cimarron firearms are coveted by re-enactors, Cowboy Action Shooters.

Cimarron

Doc Holliday Collection

$ 1,399.00

 

Destined to become a classic "Old West" collectable, the Doc Holliday Collection from Cimarron Arms features: a nickel-plated replica of the Colt Single Action Army revolver chambered in 45 Long Colt, paired with simulated ivory, birds head grips and engraved with the legendary gambler, gunfighter and southern gentleman's name on the backstrap of the pistol. The collection includes a fitted, stamped-tooled leather shoulder holster which holds both the pistol as well as a matching numbered dagger.

Cimarron Model P 45 Colt 5.5" Color Case Hardened

$ 495.00

 

The 1873 peacemaker-style revolver, originally designed for the U.S. Cavalry, quickly became the standard sixgun of the frontier. Commonly called the "peacemaker,", this pistols it was also known by other monikers like "hogleg," smokewagon," and "equalizer." Men like Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson, packed this legendary firearm. Considered the most authentic and highest quality reproduction of the 1873 Colt, Cimarron's replica was reproduced in every detail from an original 1873 single action in our antique collection. We also took extra steps to improve the gun's reliability with our Cowboy Comp® action which eliminates weaknesses associated with the 19th century design. Cimarron's Model P is truly the sixgun of the West.

Cimarron Pistolero 45 Colt

Color Case Frame

Blued Barrel Brass Accents

 

$ 405.00

 

This is the Pistolero from Cimarron Firearms, chambered in 45 Colt. This stunningly beautiful pistol features a color case frame paired with a matt black cylinder, brass grip frame and a blued 4.75" barrel. Perfect for the Cowboy Action Shooter, this pistol is top quality and unmatched for its authenticity. 

Cimarron No.3 Schofield

5" Barrel

38 Special

 

$ 999.00

 

In the late 1860's the U.S. Army was shopping for a breech loading fixed cartridge revolver to replace the aging 1860 Colt Army percussion revolvers. In 1875 Major George W. Schofield identified and Patented improvements in the design of the S&W Model No. 3 American and the Schofield Patent Revolver Model No. 3 Schofield, was born. The latch on the Schofield can be operated with one hand while on horseback and empty cases automatically ejected. Considered by many to be superior to the Colt single action when in the hand of mounted troops. The Cimarron Schofield is the most authentic replica Schofield available today.

Cimarron P Model 5.5"

Color Cased Frame/

Charcoal Barrel

45 Long Colt

 

$ 575.00

 

In 1873, Colt’s Single-Action Army revolver became the Army’s standard sidearm. The single-action Army was most widely produced with a color case-hardened frame and blued barrel. A bright charcoal blue finish was available from the factory, but with years of use, the old 6-guns took on a well-handled soft gray patina. This Cimarron P model reflects the classic look of those treasured revolvers.

Cimarron 1873 Short Rifle

45 Long Colt

Color Case Frame

Blued 20" 

Octagon Barrel

 

$ 1,145.00

 

Arguably the most famous rifle of the Old West, Winchesters first centerfire rifle was produced from 1873 until 1919. This lever action rifle was often paired with the 1873 SSA revolver which shared the same 45 Colt chambering. This slab side designed rifle features a Color Case receiver paired with a 20" Blued octagon barrel The 1873 was popular among many Old West personalities including: Buffalo Bill Cody, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.

Cimarron 1866 Yellowboy

45 Long Colt

24" Octagon Barrel

Brass Frame

 

$ 1,094.00

 

Originally known as the "Improved Henry" due to its patented loading gate on the side of the frame, the 1866 model was known as the "Yellow Boy" by the Native Americans, because of its brass frame. The '66 model was the first true cowboy lever-action and the first that adapted well to carrying in a saddle scabbard, due to its slab sided design.This rifle features a 24-inch octagon barrel with a deep blue finish paired with a beautiful walnut stock with brass accents and a 12 round capacity.

Cimarron

Sharps Business

45-70 32" Octagon Barrel

 

$ 1,329.00

 

Between 1876 and 1880, the Sharps Rifle company offered a no-frills, round-barreled "Business Rifle," for the shooter who wanted to get the job done, but wasn't interested in the various "extras" offered by the company. Nonetheless, the Business Rifle still boasted of the accuracy and hard-hitting qualities of other 1874 model Sharps rifles and was equipped with double set triggers. Cimarron's handsome Business rifle has a 32-inch octagonal barrel with the traditional color case hardened receiver, hammer and lever, double-set triggers, a straight walnut stock with the post 1875-type schnabble tipped forearm and the comfortable shotgun-style butt plate, and is chambered for the popular .45-70 Government cartridge. Sights are a buckhorn rear and blade front sight. When you shoot a Cimarron Business Rifle, you'll be Takin' Care of Business!

 

Common Sense Gun Control

Part 1

 

By Marc Kelley

 

In light of yet another senseless slaughter of school children, our country is once again up in arms, demanding that "something be done" and calling for "common sense gun control" The concept of "common sense" relies on the premiss the parties to any negotiation, actually have some things in common. Moreover, "common sense" dictates, the opposing parties will negotiate in good faith, with their goal being to effect a change. It remains unclear, if either party to the discussion of regulation of firearms is capable of negotiating in "good faith". Gun control laws are certainly nothing new to our country and while most people will point to the the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934, as the beginning gun legislation in the United States, the reality is in fact quite different. Over the next few weeks, I will attempt to explain the successes, as well as the failures, our country has experienced, as we have attempted to legislate the ownership and use of firearms. 

 

In 1839, twenty-two years before the U.S. Civil War, the State of Alabama, passed a law entitled, The Act of the 1st of February, 1839. The goal of this legislation was to "suppress the evil practice of carrying weapons secretly". This act defined a weapon as "any species of firearm, any Bowie knife, Arkansas toothpick, or any other knife of the like and kind, dirk or any other deadly weapon". Shortly after enacting this gun control law, a Montgomery, Alabama citizen filed multiple complaints with the local Sheriffs Office, alleging he was being threatened and harassed by another citizen and stated, he "believed his life was in danger". Much like today, the hands of law enforcement were tied. No crime had been committed and therefore nothing could be done, until such time, as a crime was committed. Fearing for his life, this individual began carrying a concealed pistol for personal protection. When Law Enforcement learned of this information, this individual was promptly arrested for violating the State statute, prohibiting concealed weapons. Convicted of violating the law, this individual was fined $ 50.00 and sentenced to two days in jail. This case was ultimately appealed to the Alabama State Supreme Court and became the first case law, concerning an individuals right of self protection, by virtue of a firearm. In the case now known as: State V. Reid, the high court decided to split their decision into two rulings. With regard to an individuals right to possess and carry a firearm, the court ruled, "Every citizen has a fundamental right to bear arms in defense of himself or herself and their state (property). With regards to carrying a concealed weapon, the court ruled, "based on the needs of their society, at that time, the right to carry a concealed weapon should be regulated by each state. However, in the courts opinion, open carry, was the best way to carry in defense of self and state; therefore, open carry could not be legislated by the state and this left the constitutionally protected right to bear arms, untouched. It is this 1840 court ruling, which provided the basis for an individuals right to openly carry a firearm and grants to the State, the right to regulate concealed carry firearms.

The reality is, we have always had differences of opinion in our country when it comes to firearms. Those of us who believe the 2nd Amendment was written, as an individuals right to protection against the potential abuse of a tyrannical government, believe this right is non-negotiable. On the other side of the coin, we find the liberals who truly want firearms to be banned in the US. They are constantly telling the media darlings, "the gun owners in the US will certainly do the right thing and turn in their guns, just like the citizens of Australia did, if we simply ban firearms outright. These two positions, seem on the surface, to be diametrically opposing. While everyone will admit, there is much work that must be done to bring the two positions together, I believe it is possible to find solutions to the violence in our country, if we are willing to honestly address some very serious, very uncomfortable issues.

 

The left claims the U.S. gun control debate was settled by the inaction of our political leaders post Sandy Hook, stating "when the US decided killing children was acceptable the debate was over." Anyone who believes, there is a single gun owner, who is ambivalent to killing children is being intentionally obtuse. Claims like this only serve to inflame an already open and painful wound. Furthermore, statements like this do nothing to address what should be at the forefront of the discussion….what can we do to make our children safer at school.

 

Unlike some of you, I am old enough to remember every school shooting, since the 1999 Columbine High School Shooting. As a result of that first horrific event, a great deal of time and money was spent in an attempt to understand why the event occurred, what warning signs were missed and how law enforcement tactics should be changed when faced with an active shooter inside a school. Out of this FBI research, a much clearer picture began to be seen. Many common events and triggers were identified. Analysts developed behavioral profiles for schools shooters. Cultural and social contributors to anti-social behavior were identified. Mental health issues as well as the medication's commonly used in the treatment of mental health issues were identified. On the state level, in 2000, Colorado passed gun legislation requiring gun locks for all firearms and banned the importation of magazines with a capacity of more than 10 rounds. Additionally, as a result of media pressure, Walmart, where the shooter's had purchased their 9mm ammunition, vowed to stop selling all handgun ammunition. New Police tactics were also developed and took the form of what is known today as "Immediate Action Rapid Deployment". This new tactical recommendation took the place of the traditional tactic, of securing a perimeter and contain the threat. The new tactics called for law enforcement to "move to the sound of gunfire" recognizing the goal of an active shooter was "to kill as opposed to take hostages". Optimally, a four person team would advance into the site, formed in a"diamond wedge position". In the event a single officer arrived at the scene, he or she is to, "move to the sound of gunfire and neutralize the shooter as quickly as possible". The goal is to "stop the shooter, at all costs, officers are to "walk past wounded victims" with their goal of preventing the shooter from "killing or wounding any more". These things and much more, were learned after the first school shooting and yet we have done nothing, to stem the violence.

 

The FBI has been taking a beating of late and while I personally believe many of their problems are self-inflicted, we must address the role the FBI has in maintaining a civilized society. It is time to decide, if we are a society of law and order, or if we want the freedom to pick and choose the laws each of us recognizes and abides. The left cries for their right to create Sanctuary Cities and harbor individuals who have already broken our laws, at the same time, they demand President Trump "do something" about gun control. As if by virtue of their self-proclaimed, superior moral status, they are entitled to pick and choose, the laws they want to follow. 

For years now we have been told "if you see something, say something". In the case of Parkland school shooter, again and again people responded with their concerns, informing the administrators at Marjorie Douglass Stoneman High School, the Broward County Department of Social Services, the Broward Country Sheriffs Office and the FBI of their concerns about the actions and words of a trouble young man, they found suspicious. Decent, law abiding citizens followed the instructions given to us by the very people who swore to "serve and protect" us. Over and over again, people saw something and said something. This information was given to a host of agencies who, when they learned something… did nothing.

 

Over the next few weeks, you will learn about the research and the lessons everyone should have learned about school shooters. We will examine recommendations from both sides of the political aisle. Issues that will range from gun confiscation, arming teachers, improving background checks, mental health assessments and medication, social media's effect on our society, culturally accepted norms, as well as what we should be able to expect from law enforcement as they do their best to confront the evil, which has so deeply permeated our society.

 

If we are to prevent the next school shooting, we all must work together to find the answers. We must learn to trust in God in times of peace, rather than simply praying to the Good Lord, in times of crisis.

Henry Repeating Arms is the leading lever action manufacturer and one of the top-five long gun manufacturers in the USA. Henry’s goal is to manufacture a line of classic, well-crafted firearms that every enthusiast can afford. The passion, expertise, and dedication of its employees embody the company’s motto, which is “Made in America Or Not Made At All”. Rest assured, when you read the roll-mark on the barrel of a Henry it’s going to say “Made in the USA.”

 

Henry is a family-owned business that stands behind every firearm that leaves its facilities. Besides their strong “Made in America” reputation, Henry is renowned for industry-leading and award-winning extraordinary customer service that extends to both consumers and a vast network of Henry dealers around the world. If any issue arises, Henry is quick to resolve it. All Henry customer service employees are empowered to do whatever it takes to make certain that the customer is happy. Henry offers a lifetime guarantee on all of their firearms.

Henry Lever

22 LR

$ 299.00

 

Beginning with its significant role in the Civil War, to its renowned status as one of the most sought-after rifles in the Western frontier, the Henry rifle has become a legendary part of American history. The Henry Lever 22 features a blued-steel barrel machined with state-of-the-art multiple groove rifling for exquisite accuracy. Fully adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight with a white diamond insert and highly visible brass beaded hooded front sight seated in standard 3/8" dovetail slots. A metal barrel band secures the barrel and the high-capacity tubular magazine to the stock. Receiver is grooved for scope mounting. Easy-to-load tubular magazine.

Made in USA.

Henry Lever

22 WMR

$ 415.00

 

If you’re sold on the Western styling conjured up by a lever action .22 and want more stopping power for small game and varminting, the Henry .22 Magnum is right for you. This rifle features a deluxe checkered American walnut stock, a grooved receiver for easy scope mounting and a 19¼” barrel that will deliver the accuracy you need.The tubular magazine holds 11 rounds. In general the .22 Magnum projectile travels nearly twice as fast as the .22 LR, and produces more than triple the muzzle energy, proving the Henry 22 WMR is much more than a pretty face!

Henry Big Boy Steel

20" Round Barrel

41 Magnum

$ 715.00

 

The Henry Big Boy Steel is specifically designed for today's modern hunter. This is the ideal rifle for the 'straight wall cartridge' hunting laws throughout the United States, and it's the perfect brush or truck gun to have right at hand. The Big Boy features the smooth, quiet and reliable lever action that you've come to expect from a Henry. A 20" round barrel that will deliver the accuracy you need and put the rounds where you need them. It has a fully adjustable rear sight with white diamond insert and a beaded front sight to pick-up your target quickly. The rifle has a matte blued finish and the receiver comes drilled and tapped for easy scope mounting. It utilizes a BB-RSM receiver scope mount that is not included. A beautiful checkered American walnut stock includes an excellent impact resistant recoil pad. The Henry Big Boy Steel will steel your heart and is sure to become your next family heirloom.

Henry

Large Loop

22" Octagon Barrel

Brass Frame

45/70 

$ 779.00

 

Chambered in the famous, hard-hitting .45-70 Govt., Henry's .45-70 Lever-Action Rifle is capable of taking down the largest North-American game. Traditional American-walnut straight stock and octagonal barrel recreate the classic feel and performance of traditional lever-action rifles. A large-loop lever is perfect for quick handling and makes it easy to use while wearing gloves. Brass receiver and buttplate complement the blued barrel and dark walnut stock and forend. Adjustable semi-buckhorn rear sight and fixed front bead make for quick target acquisition and pinpoint accuracy. Receiver is drilled and tapped for Weaver-style scope mounts. Sling-swivel studs allow attachment of a sling for easy carry.

Henry Original 1860 Iron Frame 44-40

$ 2,279.00

 

Getting your hands on a Civil War era Henry rifle will set you back up to $250,000 if you can find one at auction. Getting your hands on the ultra-rare iron-framed Henry? Almost impossible no matter cost. The iron-framed 1860 Henry rifle was manufactured in less than 400 units. The Iron-Framed Henry Original is true to Henry’s 1860 patterns and patents, and virtually identical aside from concessions necessary to adapt to the .44-40 centerfire rounds that replaced the long-obsolete rimfires. The H011IF uses a thoroughly modern steel receiver with a striking color case hardened finish and a matching period correct crescent buttplate. These are fitted with a one-piece blued steel octagonal barrel and magazine, fancy grade American Walnut stocks, a classic folding ladder rear sight and blade front, traditional half-cock safety hammer notch, and no modernized manual safeties. The barrel is a full 24.5 inches with a 13 round capacity.

 

This is your chance to own, shoot, and display one

of the most important rifles ever made in its rarest form.

Henry Long Range Lever 20" Barrel 243 Win

$ 859.00

 

Definitely not your Grandpa’s Henry, the Long Ranger retains traditional lever action operation with exposed hammer and forged steel lever, but updates it with a geared action that drives a machined and chromed steel bolt with a 6-lug rotary head into a rear extension of the barrel for a strong and consistent lock-up from shot to shot to shot. The rifle features a side ejection and a lightweight aerospace alloy receiver, the top is drilled and tapped for scope mounts, and the bottom features a steel-bodied flush-fit detachable magazine 4-round capacity with a steel floorplate and a blackened steel release button on the right side of the receiver. All behind a 20” round and blued free-floated sporter barrel, and supported by a two-piece oil-finished American Walnut stock with precise laser-cut checkering. 

This is the Best-In-Class levergun that leaves many bolt actions in the dust. If you’ve ever passed up a lever in favor of a bolt because of accuracy doubts, then doubt no longer. 

If you need a tight-shooter that’ll reach out there, this rifle delivers. From coyote to whitetail to bear, the new Long Ranger is a logical evolution in lever action technology. 

 

Henry has upped the hunting ante, is it time for you to do the same?

Born over 50 years ago with its roots in the surplus business, Century Arms has an extensive history of providing unique and affordable products to the American Collector, Hunter, and Target Shooter. That tradition is carried on today, with a state of the art manufacturing facility located in Vermont, as the company continues to offer unique, innovative, and quality products to the United States consumer as well as the United States Government.

PW87 12 ga

lever action shotgun

$ 349.00

 

This 12 ga lever action shotgun from Century Arms is a reproduction of the famous John Browning, 1887 Winchester design. This rolling block design was the first ever repeating shotgun to be available to the public. Features include a 19" blued barrel, front bead sight, five round capacity and is chambered for 2 3/4" shells. This shotgun is perfect for Cowboy Action Shooting, an awesome home defense shotgun or a special edition to your collection. This shotgun is "Old School" and "Bad to the Bone"

JW-2000 Coach Gun

Your Choice of

12 or 20 ga

$ 319.00

 

The ever popular "Old West" Coach Gun by CAI features 20" barrels, fully functional rabbit ear hammers, dual triggers, walnut stock, chambered for either 2 2/3 or 3" shells all fitted into a 37" OAL package. I love these "old school" shotguns and they are perfect for home defense.

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Pre-owned Firearms

Smith & Wesson Model 64-8

SA/DA

38 Special

$ 399.00

 

This is the S&W K frame model 64-8, 38 Special. This stainless steel revolver features a heavy 4" barrel, rubber grips and function in both single and double action. These pistols are Police Trade In's and while they show minor carry wear, they have been very well maintained and function perfectly.

Smith & Wesson Model 64

Double Action Only

$ 379.00

 

This Smith and Wesson model 64, 4" heavy barrel, stainless steel, Double Action Only model used by many Law Enforcement Departments. These are Police Trade in pistols which show some carry wear; but overall, all are in very good condition. All of the pistols have been well maintained and function perfectly.

Smith & Wesson

Model 10-11

38 Special

$ 349.00

 

The Smith & Wesson Model 10, previously known as the Smith & Wesson Military & Police or the Smith & Wesson Victory Model, is a revolver of worldwide popularity. Boasting one of the finest triggers ever produced in a commercial revolver, the Model 10 has become cherished by sport shooters and collectors alike. This pistols show some carry wear and handling marks, but over all are in VERY GOOD condition.

Smith & Wesson Mdl 5904

9mm

$ 369.00

 

The 5900 model pistols are Smith & Wesson's 'Third Generation' series, replacing all previous heavy-caliber models except the Model 52. Features incorporated in these pistols include a fixed barrel bushing, greatly improved trigger pull, 3-dot sights, improved wraparound grips, beveled magazine well and a double-stack magazine.

Smith & Wesson

Mdl 39-2

9mm

$ 349.00

 

The Smith & Wesson Model 39 was created in 1940 and was the first double action/single action 9mm pistol created by Smith and Wesson. These pistols are Police Trade-in guns and show carry wear and handling marks. Over all the pistols are in GOOD condition and would make an outstanding carry weapon.

Smith & Wesson

Mdl 5903

9mm

$ 369.00

 

The Smith and Wesson model 5903 was manufactured from 1990-1997. The pistol features an alloy frame and stainless steel slide with safety/decocker factory production Novak sights and 15 round double stack magazine capacity. These are Police trade in guns that are in very good condition mechanically. Some holster wear and handling marks should be expected with this type and age handgun. 

Star BM9

9mm (Baby 1911)

$ 289.00

 

This is a very nice Star Model BM9 chambered in 9mm Luger. Overall the pistol is in excellent condition. The finish shown minor handling marks, but virtually no holster wear. The bore of the pistols 3.77" barrel is bright and shinny with strong lands and grooves and is free of rust or pitting. The grips are agin in excellent condition shown minor handling marks. The pistol will come to you with 2 eight round magazines, the factory paperwork, box and cleaning rod. The Star BM9 is a single-action semi-automatic pistol produced by Star Bonifacio Echeverria, S.A. in Spain. Although its external appearance resembles the classic M1911, its design is different in several respects. The Star does not employ the 1911's grip safety but utilizes the 1911 like thumb safety.

Beretta Nano 9mm

$ 285.00

 

The Beretta Nano is an outstanding choice for a carry pistol. Chambered in 9mm with a 6+1 capacity and a 3" barrel, this pistol packs plenty of punch. This pistols is a "Salesmen's Sample", is in outstanding condition and appears unfired. In addition to the original packaging, box, and gun lock, this pistol will come to you with 2 magazines. 

CZ-83 32 ACP

$ 329.00

 

The CZ 83 is a compact, single/double-action, semi-automatic pistol with a conventional blowback action. This type of action allows the barrel to remain solidly fixed to the frame, resulting in improved accuracy over pistols with pivoting barrels. The low bore axis of the CZ. 83 provides for less muzzle rise and quicker follow-up shots. For added convenience, both the frame-mounted thumb safety and the magazine release are ambidextrous. The pistol will come to you with one fifteen round magazine.

Marc Arms

Personal Defense Ammunition

 

 

Hornady 

Personal 

Defense

25 ACP 35 gr XTP

$ 15.50 / 25 rds

 

 

Federal Premium

380 ACP 90 gr 

Hydra-Shok JHP

$ 18.75 / 20 rds

Underwood

Xtreme Defender

380 ACP 65 gr

$ 25.00 / 20 rds

 

Federal Premium

9mm 147 gr

HST JHP

$ 25.00 / 50 rds

 

 

Underwood 

Xtreme Defender

9mm 90 gr

$ 25.00 / 20 rds

Federal Premium

38 Spcl 129 gr

Hydra-shok +p JHP

$ 21.50 / 20 rds

 

 

 

Federal Personal Defense

40 S&W 165 gr

Hydra Shok

$ 22.00 / 50 rds

Federal Premium

45 ACP 230 gr

Hydra-shok

$ 25.25 / 20 rds

 

 

Underwood

Xtreme Defender

45 ACP +P 120 gr

$ 30.75 / 20 rds

Winchester PDX1

410 Defender

3 disks & 12 BB

$ 12.00 / 10 rds

Remington

410 Ultimate Defense

4 #000 Buckshot

$ 10.00 / 15 rds

Brenneke

410

Close Encounter

1/4 oz Slug

$ 7.25 / 5 rds

The NRA has been taking a lot of heat over the past two weeks....However, this NOT something new. The Second Amendment of the Constitution has been under attack, seemingly since it was written. Those of us who believe our right to Keep and Bear arms is based on our forefathers worry, that one day a tyrannical government would rise up against its citizens and our firearms would be their only deterrent, have always stood together.

 

If you believe the Second Amendment provides the means for ALL of the citizens of our country, to remain free of government tyranny...Join the fight today. Visit the NRA Home page at

VISIT THE NRA TODAY   https://home.nra.org/

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