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Knight in shining armour John C. Denner Co.


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Knight in shining armour

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Celebrating 46 Years <1971-2017>


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SOLDLG-1- . CANADIAN SNIDER MKII*: .577 Cal. Dated 1862. Stamped to the 53rd Battalion, Sherbrooke Batt. Of Inf. Raised 21 Sept., 1866. All six companies were called to active service during the first Fenian Raid of 1866. Excellent stock with “DC” on the left side. We are not sure of the carving on the left side. It may be Masonic. Barrel is a lovely dark blue/brown patina. Bore is Very Good. $950.00 SOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-2.  CANADIAN SNIDER MKII**: .577 Cal. Dated 1863. Stamped to the 1st Batt. (Prince of Wales Reg’t). Prior to 1866, there were 9 companies all of which were called to active service for the Fenian Raid of 1866. Excellent stock with “DC” over “HMBR”, the meaning of which is unknown. The barrel retains most of its original blue. Bore is Very Good. Note the early bands and early square head clearing rod. Complete with pin protector. $1150.00 SOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-3   CANADIAN SNIDER SHORT RIFLE MKIII: .577 Cal. Dated 1872. Stamped to The BRITISH COLUMBIA GARRISON ARTILLERY on the right side of the butt. Also stamped “DC” over “SGA”, the meaning of which is unknown. Barrel is a lovely blue/brown patina. Bore is excellent. The stock is excellent. Complete with pin protector. $1450.00SOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-4.  CANADIAN SNIDER SHORT RIFLE MKIII: .577 Cal. Dated 1871. Stamped to the 49th Batt. Raised 30 Nov. 1866 in Sterling, Ontario. Known as the “HASTINGS BATT. OF INFANTRY”. After 1869, there were 6 companies; in Bellville, Stirling, Sidney, Madoc Melrose and Trenton which was a Garrison Battery. Stock is very nice. The right side is stamped “49” over “104”. Bore is excellent. Complete with pin protector. Barrel is a lovely dark brown patina. $1250.00SOLD
 
 
 


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LG-5  . CANADIAN SNIDER SHORT RIFLE MKIII: .577 Cal. Dated 1872. Stamped to the “9” “VOLTIGEUR DE QUEBEC”. Raised 7 MAR. 1862. Barrel is a lovely blue/brown patina. Bore has light pitting throughout. Stock is Very Good. Nice crisp action. The butt is stamped “DC” in Diamond “9 over “213”   $1050.00
 
 
 


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SOLDLG-6.  BRITISH SNIDER CAVALRY CARBINE MKIII: .577 Cal. Dated 1871. The butt-plate tang is engraved “Q.F. Bv 10.”. The metal is a lovely dark blue/black. Bore is Very Good. The stock is excellent. Complete with pin protector and the very rare leather sight cover .This piece is in exceptional condition. $1850.00SOLD
 
 


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LG-7.  FRENCH CANE GUN: Maker “DUMONTHIER” Paris circa 1870-90. Known for making high end cane guns for the aristocracy. 12 mm shots (.44-40 Cal. shot). Its body is made to look like bark and is in especially fine condition, only one small chip out of the “bark”. $1800.00
 
 


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SOLDLG-8.   LEE-ENFIELD NO. 4 MK 2: (FTR) .303 Cal. Dated 1957. Wood excellent. Matching numbers.  The blueing is also excellent. Beautiful bright bore. Tight crisp action. CANADIAN SALES ONLY. $700.00 SOLD
 
 
 


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LG-9.   CHILEAN MODEL 95 MAUSER: 7X57 Cal. Wood V.G.+. Matching numbers. Strong rifling with light pitting throughout.  Missing elevation slider on rear sight. Complete with original sling. CANADIAN SALES ONLY.   $350.00  
 
   
     
     
   
     
 


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LG-10.   LEE METFORD MK 1*: .303 Cal. Dated 1891. Maker: BSA & M CO> “DP” stamped on stock. Rejection stamp on receiver and barrel. Not matching. Bore V.G. These rifles are really quite rare.  CANADIAN SALES ONLY    $1850.00  
 
 
     
     
   
     
 


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 ON HOLDLG-11  . WINCHESTER M.1895: .303 British. The stock is Very Good, however, some small holes have been filled in. The blueing on the barrel is Very Good, except for a spot in front of the rear sight. The receiver has had an extra hole tapped in for a Receiver Sight. Tight crisp action, Bore is V.G. with light “frosting” throughout.   CANADIAN SALES ONLY.    $775.00 ON HOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-12.   MARLIN MODEL 1894: .25-20 Cal. Stock is excellent. Traces of case hardening on left side of the Receiver. The half round, half octagon barrel retains much of the original blue. Tight crisp action.CANADIAN SALES ONLY.   $750.00 .SOLD
 
 


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SOLDLG-13.    MARTINI-HENRY MK III: .450 Cal. Dated 1883. Wood is excellent. All metal has a very nice dark blue/black patina. Some light pitting on the receiver and barrel. Bore is Very Good. Very nice repro cleaning rod. Complete with bayonet and scabbard. The socket and elbow have pitting. Overall the socket and elbow are quite rough, however, the blade is very nice. $650.00 SOLD
 
 
 


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LG-14. AMERICAN LARGE BORE FOWLER: Circa 1850. Bore is .85 inch. Nice Damascus Pattern on the 31 inch brown barrel. Smooth bore with light pitting throughout. Horn nose-cap brass mounted rose-wood ramrod with worm attachment. Tight crisp action. WEIGHTS A MASSIVE 9LBS. $650.00
 
 


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LG-15  SKB MODEL 600: 12 Gauge 2 inch chamber Proof Tested. Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.) Inc. Chicago. ILL. “Made by SKB Arms Co. JAPAN”. Exc. Cond. $600.00  CANADIAN SALES ONLY
 
 


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LG-16. MANTON (JOHN) COACHING GUN: Approx. 16 gauge. Circa 1785-1797. Walnut skeleton stock with chequered wrist. Contemporary repair to the stock on top and below the right hand lock. This was not done to restore the gun but done to continue its functionality as a coaching gun during its working life. 13 inch barrels, surprisingly the bores very good. “MANTON” is engraved on each lock. Manton was considered one of the finest English Gunsmiths and this must be considered one of his more unusual pieces. $3500.00
 


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LG-17  PENNSYLVANIA RIFLE WORKS: Approx. 70 Cal. circa 1850. Brass mounted walnut stock is very nice.The 34 inch barrel has a brown patina and is quite light as is the whole gun weighing in at just over 5 lbs. The tang on the butt-plate is engraved :"27". This is undoubtedly a cadet gun for some academy. Not much is known about the Pennsylvania Rifle Works other than it was onwed by G. Dunlap. The ramrod is a repro. Civil War era. $650.00
 


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Book 1:  DEFENDING THE DOMINION- CANADIAN MILITARY RIFLES 1855-1955- Edgecombe, David W.- This long awaited book describes the process of acquisition and disposal of Canadian long arms from 1855-1955. Its purpose is to acquaint the reader with the personal long arms issued o the Canadian infantryman from the Fenian Raids to the Post-WWII era. Hard cover. 168 pages. Black and white photos. Pub: 2003. Price: $60.00
 
 


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 Book 2: - TREATISE ON THE BRITISH MILITARY MARTINI VOLUME 1 - Author: Temple & Skennerton - Description: This volume details the development of the Martini-Henry rifle from its origin as weapon presented for consideration by the British Governments in 1864 for the army & navy. - Hard Cover- 114 illustrations - Published in 1983 - 256 Pages -Price: $100.00
 
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BOOK 3 : THE ROSS RIFLE STORY  by  R. Phillips, F. Dupuis and John Chadwick. First Edition, 1984. An historical Appraisal of the Ross Rifle. Hard Cover. 475 pages. $275.00
 
 


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