Firearms manufactured after 1898 can only be shipped to someone with a Federal Firearms License (FFL). (FROM THE HOWARD HART COLLECTION) Serial number 10859 with SA 5-39 barrel.If you have a Curio & Relic FFL, we can ship items considered by the BATF directly to you, as long as there are no state or local restrictions (California?? If you do not have a C&R FFL, then we can only ship guns made after 1898 to a FFL dealer in your area. This is a beautiful pre-WW2 example of the final version of the .22 caliber rifles made by Springfield.**Detailed instructions of "How To Construct" or posting any plans is strictly forbidden!A limited quantity of unique and historic military pistols used in World War I could go on sale this year. Army's official sidearm from 1911 to 1986The pistol was made the U. army's standard handgun in 1911, three years before the outbreak of World War I.The guns would be released through the Civilian Marksmanship Program, which would likely sell between 8,000 and 10,000 over the next to two years.Each gun will be in a different condition and will have had a different history, and so will be priced individually. citizens qualify to purchase the guns and said citizens must be either active-duty service members, reservists, National Guardsmen, veterans, or members of CMP-affiliated clubs.
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.The first rifles were produced in late 1942 and production was continued till early 1944. The rifle has the correct Parkerized grayish-green finish seen on many Smith Corona rifles.