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Single Shot Rifles at Auction
      #230486 - 25/05/13 10:50 AM

Once again, I thought I would start a thread on the single shot auction scene.
Maybe John can create individual forum topics for the Mausers, Doubles, Mannlichers and Singles at auction for us all to share. But until then, here is my first entry for the "Singles at Auction" thread.

At the upcoming Holt's auction. Certainly, quite a special rifle:



Sale A1072 Lot 1220

ALEXR. HENRY & CO.
A FINE AND RARE .303 NITRO EXPRESS FRASER 1880 PATENT SIDELEVER TAKE-DOWN FALLING-BLOCK SPORTING RIFLE, serial no. 3474,
serial number on barrel and face of action only, 27in. round nitro barrel engraved 'ALEXR. HENRY & CO. 22 FREDERICK ST. EDINBURGH.', block mounted open sights and two folding leaf sights marked for 100, 200 and 300 yards, ramp-mounted bead fore-sight, Fraser patent sidelever falling block action, patent no. 5403 of 23rd December 1880, automatic safety with gold-inlaid 'S' detail, the hand mounted with a fully adjustable folding peepsight, partially chequered trigger, fine and bold acanthus scroll engraving, the action unsigned, retaining much original colour-hardening and finish, 14 3/8in. well-figured pistolgrip stock with cheekpiece, horn pistolgrip-cap, inlet sling eye, including chequered horn buttplate, fore-end with fluted tip and engraved Deeley & Edge patent release catch, weight 6lb. 12oz.

Other Notes: Current research suggests that only around four hundred Fraser patent falling block rifles were ever produced. Daniel Fraser died in 1902 and although the company continued in business under the guidance of Daniel Fraser's son, Donald, for nine years, it is surmised that most of the falling block rifles were made during Daniel's lifetime. The Henry records show just 20 Fraser patent rifles being sold by them.


Estimate £8,000-12,000

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #230499 - 25/05/13 10:49 PM

looks like it was made yesterday

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #230729 - 31/05/13 08:37 PM

I want one!

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: CptCurl]
      #230735 - 31/05/13 10:12 PM













look here
http://forums.nitroexpress.com/showflat.php?Cat=0&Number=230734&Main=230734#Post230734

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #230770 - 02/06/13 07:45 AM

"I want one!"

Easy - just get a phone or internet connection and outbid the rest !!

Hopefully I will listen with interest (if I can get there), there is other stuff I fancy

Good luck !

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: TH44]
      #234776 - 27/08/13 08:57 PM

Holland & Holland Rook rifle in sweden, converted to 6x70R:

http://www.blocket.se/helsingborg/Holland___Holland_Rook_Rifle_48957133.htm?ca=3&w=3&last=1







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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #235328 - 09/09/13 12:07 AM

very interesting Werndl stutzen in 11x58R for your next red deer hunt in the alps








http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4384205

so close to the 1860 muzzle loader jägerstutzen as possible

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #236390 - 04/10/13 10:46 AM

Igorrock posted a very nice Sharps Borchard midrange rifle at the upcoming Walterborg auction but they also have this W.W. Greener Rook rifle as well.

http://www.walterborg.se/auktion/H13/bilder/2278_4.jpg

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #236393 - 04/10/13 12:27 PM

Yes, they describe it like this:



"KULGEVÄR, Engelskt, enkelskott, fabrikat: W.W Greener, modell Rook Rifle, kal. troligen 360 No.5 Rook , vapen ID: SE0512829, tillvnr. 35207, piplängd 71 cm, oktagonal pipa med W.W. Greener. 68 Haymarket London graverat på spången, siktet märkt med 50 och det fällbara siktbladet märkt med 100 Yds, kornet laxat i den lättrade spången, kornskydd i mässing, top lever, utanpåliggande hane, ejektor, flamhärdad baskyl och lås,framstocksknopp och pistolgreppsrosett av horn, nätskuren framstock och kolv som avslutas med en bakkappa av stål, kolven lagad vid pistolgreppet och en del repor och tryckmärken, i övrigt Gott skick
Utropspris: 8000 - 9000 SEK"


Rifle, English, single shot, make: WW Greener, model Rook Rifle, Cal. probably 360 No.5 Rook, gun ID: SE0512829, makers nr. 35207, barrel length 71 cm, octagonal barrel with W. W. Greener. 68 Haymarket London engraved on the barrel rib, sight marked 50 and the folding sight blade marked with 100 Yds, foresight mounted in the knurled rib, brass foresight protection, top lever, side lock with hammer, ejector, color case hardened baskyl and lock, the fore stock knob and pistol grip cap of horn, checkered fore stock, butt stock ends with a plate of steel, butt stock repaired at the pistol grip, some scratches and dents, otherwise in good condition
Estimate: 8000 - 9000 SEK (1260 - 1400 US$)

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #236905 - 19/10/13 09:34 PM

nice break action in 11,15x60R












http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4601968


unique action by Immanuel Meffert in 5,6x35R Vierling

you have to push a knob to pull the breech block back, 70cm long barrel and double set trigger



http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4609647


the rare and favorite Dreyse needle fire Jägerbüchse Model 1865












http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4592227

iirc, Kuduae have a pic showing one of his great grandfathers with a Zündnadel Jägerbüchse

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #237490 - 05/11/13 04:10 PM

Now, this would be a pretty good kit.
Looks like the rifle is an Alex Henry hammerless paptent.
There are a LOT of nice and rare rifles in this auction!

http://www.rockislandauction.com/viewitem/aid/60/lid/3244

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #238226 - 23/11/13 05:15 AM

break action single shot in 9x57R

Kipplaufbüchse von J.P. Sauer & Sohn AG Eckernförde. Beschuss 12/56. Änderung von 8x57 IRS auf 9x57R. Lauf achtkant in rund übergehend mit angefräster Laufschiene, 65 cm lang, innen wie neu, außen nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren. Brünierung 95 %. Klappvisier 100/200 m. Hervorragende Schussleistung.
Zielfernrohr Zeiß Diavari VM 2 1/2-10x50 T mit Leuchtabsehen (Absehen 4 mit Leuchtkreuz). Bestzustand, wie neu, keine Kratzer an den Linsen, optisch und mechanisch bestens. Feste Suhler Einhakmontage.
Doppelter Laufhakenverschluss mit Greener Querriegel, absolut fest!!! System grau eingesetzt mit leichter Arabesken und Randstichgravur. Was kaum jemand weiß: Diese Büchsen haben eine Stangensicherung!!!!!! die schon erheblich sicherer ist als die sonst üblichen reinen Abzugssicherungen. Goldmonogramm auf dem Greener Hebel. Deutscher Doppelzüngelstecher.
2 Schäfte!! Montiert ist der Schweinerückenschaft mit doppelter bayrischer Falzbacke, Kaisergriff und leichtem Biberschwanzvorderschaft aus Luxus Maserholz mit schmaler Old Englisch Gummikappe. Schaftlänge 36 cm. Dazu der Orginalschaft von Sauer & Sohn. Beide Schäfte ohne Dellen und Kratzer mit nur ganz wenigen kaum sichtbaren Gebrauchspuren.
Gesamtlänge des Gewehrs: ca 105,5 cm. Gewicht ohne Zielfernrohr: ca. 3.2 kg, mit Zielfernrohr ca. 3,7 kg.
Das Gewehr ist eingeschossen mit einer flach schießenden, präzisen, starken, auf alles Wild gut wirkenden Handlaborierung mit 225 gr. Nosler Accubond Geschoss. Ca 50 Schuss davon werden mitgegeben, sind also in der Auktion enthalten, ebenso 50 Schuss Fabrikmunition von Browning, hergestellt von Norma, mit 250 gr. = 16 Gramm Teilmantelrundkopfgeschoss.
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4644514













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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #238275 - 24/11/13 07:05 PM

Thank you Lancaster, good of you to keep us informed of these cool rifles !

I like the look of that caliber, make a good Lee Speed round I think ?

I was going to do a 8X57R on a BSA barrel, but it wouldn't go that small, so went to 375
a 9X57R would be good I think ?

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Sarg]
      #239248 - 14/12/13 06:56 AM

Frabz Sodia/Ferlach single shot rifle with side lock and two barrels in 6,5x68R and 9,3x64
made in 1966
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4659780























































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      #242874 - 22/02/14 06:09 AM

from the upcoming Springer's /Vienna auction

https://auctions.springer-vienna.com/?link=market&filterArticles=1&filter_sale_type=4

single-shot rifle‚ Nik. Szailer - Vienna‚ rotating cylinder action‚ System Werndl 1867
calibre: 11.2x51R Kropatschek-Heissig, serial number: 780, Construction year: ca. 1870, barrel length: 26.8 inch, octagonal barrel, 3.30 kg / 7.28 lbs, double set triggers, oil finished stock, fore-end with cross-latch, steel buttplate, stock length: 13.4 inch, carved horn finger rest, sights: adjustable sights, Technical condition: 3

Sporterised Werndl rifle with one original cartridge, tang peep sight holder, peep sight missing.













hammer break-action rifle‚ Joh. Kaletzky‚ T-bolt action‚ lever action
calibre: 8x50R Mannlicher, serial number: 11390.98, year of proof: 1898, barrel length: 23 inch, octagonal barrel, 3.70 kg / 8.16 lbs, single set trigger, extractor(s), fine English scroll, oil finished stock, two-piece fore-end with staghorn tip, artificial horn buttplate, stock length: 13.8 inch, Prince-of-Wales grip, sights: iron sights, Kahles & Bondy - Vienna, Hair crossing, dovetailed mounts, Technical condition: 3

Sporting a very early Kahles scope (serial number 310), this slightly pitted, with silver stock escutcheon initialised "IS", including 59 cartridges.










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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #242877 - 22/02/14 07:20 AM

Lancaster,

thanks for posting these!
I really like the Kalezky rifle.

Fuhrmann

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: fuhrmann]
      #242893 - 22/02/14 07:03 PM

to bad the peep sight is lost
show again who popular the 11,2x51R Kropatschek was in the time from 1870 to 1890 in this area
its not for no reason Waffen Dorfner in Vienna still make a commercial and CIP proofed load.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #242896 - 22/02/14 11:08 PM

This is very nice too: caliber 8x57 IS

http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=4824417





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      #242920 - 23/02/14 05:59 AM

thats an very interesting rifle
it looks like they build a modified M 71 receiver around a M 88 bolt. possible that they bought a M 88 bolt by one of the firms in Suhl still making M 88 rifles and design a smart single shot with this.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #242993 - 24/02/14 07:20 PM



unique action by Immanuel Meffert in 5,6x35R Vierling

you have to push a knob to pull the breech block back, 70cm long barrel and double set trigger



http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4609647


Here the same in .22:

http://forums.nitroexpress.com/showflat.php?Cat=0&Number=197941&an=0&page=1#Post197941

now i have both........

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: chapmen]
      #243051 - 26/02/14 05:06 AM

is there a reason it dont have a magazine?
seems hard to understand

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      #243066 - 26/02/14 07:18 PM

The .22 is an target rifle, descriped in Bock's "Kleinkalibergewehre" 1924.
Before the egunauction i dont now the 5,6x35R model.
The rifles made by Meffert, but the construction is from Grothe/Stendal.
I have written an article about the .22 and Grothe in Visier some months ago.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: chapmen]
      #245564 - 12/04/14 11:15 AM

George Gibbs Farquharson in the next Rock Island auction.






Description from the auction:

The top of the barrel is marked "METFORD 1764 GEORGE GIBBS 39 CORN ST. BRISTOL .275 BORE" behind the rear sight. The barrel is equipped with a raised blade front sight and a rear sight composed of three leaf sights (one fixed, two folding) and one ladder sight. The ladder sight is graduated 100-800 and marked "Charge/90/570" on the left side and graduated 200-500 and marked "Charge 100/360" on the right side. One of the folding leaf sights is marked "300/Charge" and "YDS/100/360", while the other folding leaf sight is marked "200/Charge" and "YDS/100/360". The action, trigger guard and lever feature a fine scroll engraving with the action marked "GEORGE GIBBS/BRISTOL" on the left side, "800" on top of the chamber and "BOLTED" in gold on the right side. The pistol grip stock and forearm are highly figured walnut with multi-point checkering on the forearm, checkered steel buttplate with compartment, metal grip cap with engraved compartment, silver blank initial oval and contrasting forend tip. Form fitting thin sheet steel panels are inletted and screwed onto both sides of the pistol grip and extend halfway down the butt for reinforcement. These panels are called Selous side plates and are named after the famed African hunter Frederic C. Selous (1851-1917). Selous is credited for designing stock plates, such as the type that are on this rifle, to reduce the chances of the stock breaking during heavy recoil. Famed British explorer, officer, hunter and conservationist, Frederic C. Selous was a true life adventurer best known for his exploits in South-East Africa who defined the popular image of the traveling Englishman in Imperial Africa. His circle of friends included other historical figures of the late 19th/early 20th century such as Theodore Roosevelt, Cecil Rhodes and Frederick Russell Burnham. While participating in British Army action against German forces on the banks of the Rufiji River during World War I, Selous was killed by a German sniper on January 4, 1917. He was 65 years old. Consignor states that this is "one of two [Gibbs rifles with Selous side plate] in existence. Drop at comb 1 1/2 inches, drop at heel 1 7/8 inches, cast off at heel 1/8 inches, cast off at toe 1/4". The rifle comes with a contemporary oak case lined in red felt, James Dixon & Sons oiler and brush.
Condition: Very good as custom refinished. The rifle retains 98% of the blue finish showing some high edge wear. There is some finished over pitting mostly on the Selous side plates. The forearm is a well made, high quality, custom replacement and the buttstock has a hole from a removed sling swivel. Mechanically fine.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #245565 - 12/04/14 11:21 AM

Obviously, there are many more than two Gibbs Farquharsons with Selous plates so the consignor is in error on that point.
The rifle must have been chambered in 461 No.2 originally as that rear sight with the black powder charges and bullet weights conforms with the No.2 loadings. The gun looks to have been rebarreled while utilizing the original rear sight and as stated the forend is an obvious replacement.
I would like to get this rifle and put it back to its original configuration. That would be the only just treatment for such a rifle IMO.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #245568 - 12/04/14 12:08 PM

the Selous side plates must be a very special pleasure in cold winter and extreme hot summer times



nice Hollis & Son in .577/450






interesting scandinavian(?) stutzen with a falling block action in 12,7x44R




falling block rifle in 6,5x55 by H. Larsen Drammen/Norway (*18.12.1823 - + 06.01.1907)








http://www.waffen-beste.de/html/bes__raritaten_.html

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #245575 - 12/04/14 01:24 PM

german needle fire hunting rifle in 10mm kaliber, 1860s






its allways amazing how many different guns you see with the Peterlongo/Innsbruck name on it
here a 11mm Gasser/Vienna revolver carbine made like a fine stutzen







in the upcoming Hermann Historica auction in mai

http://www.hermann-historica.de/db2_de/onlinekatalogeneu.html

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #245587 - 12/04/14 08:06 PM

Quote:

german needle fire hunting rifle in 10mm kaliber, 1860s









Suhl made to the Doersch & von Baumgarten 1865 action design. The "receiver" is made as an extension of the barrel.

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      #245599 - 13/04/14 04:30 AM

yes, Doersch & von Baumgarten came also in my mind but I dont had the time to compare it
looks like a very advanced rifle for its time with the 10mm caliber.
would be nice to have it in the safe.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #245997 - 18/04/14 11:45 PM

charming single shot in 6,5x70R the so called pencil cartridge
by Emil Keppler
scope mount Patent Jungson, Suhl

http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=4897711











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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #246933 - 04/05/14 09:41 AM

From Australian Arms Auctions:

ENGLISH THOMAS TURNER 1/2 STOCKED W.J.JEFFERY FALLING BLOCK RIFLE: 450/400; 25" barrel marked THOMAS TURNER FISHER STREET BIRMINGHAM; f. bore; ramp front sight, fixed block rear sight; rear of back sight marked FRIED KRUPP ESSEN 450/400 3¼" INCH CARTRIDGE CHARGE 60 GRAINS CORDITE - 400 EX CORDITE 60 GR OR BALL 400 GR MAX; safety lever to rhs marked SAFE in gold, partly visible; plain action with fine borderline foliate engraving; slight wear to profiles & markings; soft brown patina to barrel, action, lever & fittings; action tang drilled for peep sight; f to g chequered pistol grip stock & forend with horn cap, mod bruising & wear to chequering; gwo & f to g cond. C.1896 #7835



A martini (Is the action tiny, or the barrel heavy? Or neither??)

WESTLEY RICHARDS 1869 PATENT IMPROVED MARTINI ACTION BIG GAME RIFLE: 500/450; express No.2 case; 28" rnd barrel marked HENRY'S PATENT RIFLING EXPRESS FOR NO.2 CASE 38; f to g bore; with barrel ring; blade front sight & fixed notched rear sight; foliate engraved action with safety lever to rhs; WESTLEY RICHARDS address to lhs; slight wear to profiles & engraving; v. faint W.R. address; clear barrel markings; blue/plum finish to barrel; lt brown to action, lever & fittings; f to g stock with straight chequered wrist, NO.52 stamped to rhs of butt, chequered forend with horn cap & hairline crack to lhs; missing cleaning rod; gwo & f to g cond. C.1875. #414



WEBLEY 1902 PATENT FARQUHARSON FALLING BLOCK S/S BIG GAME RIFLE by W.J.JEEFERY & retailed by army & navy csl: 470 NE Cal; 27"stepped & tapered rnd barrel; shiny bore but rounded lands; ramp mounted bead front sight with flip up moon sight & provision for hinged sight cover; block mounted rear express sight with one standing & 2 folding leaves; barrel address army & navy csl london 470 3¼" solid metal case 75 grns cordite powder 500 grns soft nose nickel bullet; top tang safety with gold safe a & n csl to lhs of action & webley no.6365, 1902 patent & w&s winged bullet; barrel & action blued; lever case hardened with plum patina; exc restock with chequering at wrist & forend; capped pistol grip & red rubber recoil pad; gwo & vg cond. #47094 L/R



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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #247075 - 07/05/14 01:02 PM

Okay!

First one went for (all AU) $3000, 2nd was $2400, 3rd didnt sell.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #247301 - 11/05/14 02:03 AM

the 3rd looking realy unusual

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a Husqvarna Martini rifle with a surprise chamber in 450(?)


https://auctionet.com/sv/138791-151-kulg.../images#image_1

I dont believe that the action was made in Sweden. Husqvarna had some connections to Liege so the action was probably build in Belgium.
78cm long barrel
Husqvarna build rolling block and double rifles in 450 BPE 3" and also later some double guns in 450 NE but can the 3" long brass working in this action here?




another mystery Martini for sale at Widforss


https://auctionet.com/sv/137318-152-kulg.../images#image_1


a typical british rifle but made(?) by W.Foerster Berlin, prussian court gunmaker
caliber is given here as 10,8x47R so probably one of the german target rounds made by using 11,15x60R Mauser brass




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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #247365 - 12/05/14 05:09 PM

A bit late here in reply to the Gibbs for sale at Rock Island Auction.
It is a great pity that this rifle has been "got at" by the gun butchers, I cannot understand why anyone would actually pay to have a nice rifle like this ruined, total lack of taste I suppose, it could however still be returned to it's former glory by un doing all of the butchery, the forend looks absolutely hideous! Huvious my friend, your thoughts are exactly the same as mine.
I notice the screws in the Selous plates(one of only two Ha, Ha) are tightened to their original "timed" position so at least they got that bit right!I can only hope it went to a good home.
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Englishman]
      #247380 - 13/05/14 02:32 AM

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...Huvious my friend, your thoughts are exactly the same as mine.
I notice the screws in the Selous plates(one of only two Ha, Ha) are tightened to their original "timed" position so at least they got that bit right!I can only hope it went to a good home.
Chris, France.




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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #247835 - 24/05/14 09:39 PM





Sale A0614 Lot 929

WESTLEY RICHARDS
A FINE .500 (3IN.) BLACK POWDER EXPRESS 'IMPROVED MARTINI 1871 PATENT LONG RANGE LARGE GAME RIFLE', serial no. 3520,
30 1/4in. octagonal black powder barrel with finely chequered top flat, two banners engraved 'WESTLEY RICHARDS & CO. LONDON.', and 'LONG RANGE LARGE GAME RIFLE', block mounted fore-sight and express rear sights with silver-inlaid folding leaf sights for 100, 200, 300, 400, 500 and 600 yards, the standing sight for 100 yards marked '100 & 480 Grs', the folding leaf sight for 100 yards marked '120 & 570 Grs', the breech end with the Westley triangle mark, the left of the barrel engraved 'FOR WESTLEY RICHARDS SPECIAL 3IN. TAPER CARTRIDGE. 500 BORE', the action engraved with the Westley triangle and 'WESTLEY RICHARDS & CO. LONDON.' on the left, on the right with 'PATENT', the whole with bold scrolling acanthus motifs, the rear of the action with a matted finish, retaining much original blued finish overall, the underlever and block retaining some original colour-hardening, 15 1/4in. well-figured semi-pistolgrip stock with steel buttplate with trap (brushed finish), sling eyes, detachable bolstered fore-end with horn finial, weight 9lb. 11oz.

Please click HERE to view Terms & Conditions.

Estimate £3,000-5,000

http://auctions.holtsauctioneers.com/asp...4&saletype=


Sale A0614 Lot 953



ALEXr HENRY, EDINBURGH
A .450 (3 1/4IN.) BLACK POWDER SINGLE-BARRELLED FALLING-BLOCK SPORTING RIFLE, serial no. 2251,
circa 1880, with 28in. black powder only round barrel, block-mounted open sights with folding leaf sight, block-mounted bead fore-sight, barrel engraved 'ALEXr. HENRY, 12 SOUTH ST. ANDREW ST. EDINBURGH. PATENT NO. 1581', action engraved 'PATENT NO. 455', non-rebounding cranked back-action left hand lock with bolted hammer safety, chequered pistol-grip stock, iron heel-plate with central trapdoor, bolstered chequered fore-end with rounded tip, traces of finish throughout

Please click HERE to view Terms & Conditions.

Estimate £3,500-4,500
http://auctions.holtsauctioneers.com/asp...7&saletype=



Sale A0614 Lot 971





A SCARCE 17mm (SNIDER) SINGLE-SHOT BREECH-LOADING SPORTING-RIFLE SIGNED OWEN POWELL, MODEL 'NEWARK'S PATENT', no visible serial number,
circa 1867, with octagonal 28in. barrel, bead fore-sight, standing notch rear-sight with two additional folding leaves, scroll engraved flip-open breech marked 'NEWARK'S PATENT' locked shut by the fall of an external dummy hammer, scroll engraved bar-action lock signed 'OWEN POWELL', walnut half-stock chequered at the wrist, iron furniture including pistol-grip trigger-guard tang and under-barrel wooden clearing rod

Please click HERE to view Terms & Conditions.

Estimate £800-1,200
http://auctions.holtsauctioneers.com/asp...0&saletype=

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #247840 - 24/05/14 11:39 PM

The estimates on the Westley and (especially) the A. Henry are way too high IMO.
The Westley "long range large game" rifles are much sought after but maybe not so much in an 1871 and with the exchange and premium, could nudge $10KUS which I just don't see on an "improved Martini".
Is the market up in the UK? Seems like the estimates for this kind of stuff are double what they were just a couple years ago.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #247857 - 25/05/14 10:38 AM

Huvius - The Alexander Henry is about right for the UK (most good ones will fetch over £4000) until we have to remember the 30% commission/tax that go on top of it

I certainly agree that the WR is way too high

The Snider/Newarks Patent would interest me at the lower estimate as I particularly like Sniders but the aforesaid 30% would put it too high

I will be on my way to the Pacific when the auction happens but will try to watch it on the internet, there are a couple of other items that interest me and on line bidding can lead one astray..........................

Bought a Cape Rifle today, will post soon

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: TH44]
      #250189 - 08/07/14 06:05 PM

Auktionshaus Zwack/Germany Sommerauktion 12.07.2014
a miniature Kaiserstutzen in 22 lr
oal 86 cm and barrel 40 cm long
http://online.auktion-zwack.de/ufItemInfo.aspx?a_id=78&i_id=27435&s_id=212

























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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #251419 - 01/08/14 11:38 PM

J. P. Sauer&Sohn Suhl Tell 9,3x57R 360 with a new made match barrel in 22 hornet

http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5036843













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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #251595 - 06/08/14 01:27 AM

Igorrock posted a very nice Sharps Borchard midrange rifle at the upcoming Walterborg auction but they also have this W.W. Greener Rook rifle as well.

http://www.walterborg.se/auktion/H13/bilder/2278_4.jpg

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: alvittos]
      #253078 - 02/09/14 09:57 PM

Quite interesting 10 cal. big bore Rigby, what a pity that stock isn´t original. Same seller has some other interesting weapons too:

























http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=5082959

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #253255 - 06/09/14 09:20 AM

Purdey single shot sidelock made for the Marchioness of Breadalbane (of Blackmount fame)
http://auctions.holtsauctioneers.com/asp...3&saletype=

J. PURDEY & SONS
A RARE 7X57R ROTARY-UNDERLEVER SINGLE-BARRELLED SELF-OPENING SIDELOCK NON-EJECTOR SPORTING RIFLE, serial no. 16880,
26in. London nitro reproved lined barrel (originally in .303 calibre) with solid raised partially matted top rib, engraved 'J. PURDEY & SONS, AUDLEY HOUSE, SOUTH AUDLEY STREET. LONDON. MADE OF SIR JOSEPH WHITWORTH'S FLUID-PRESSED STEEL', open sights and folding leaf sight marked for 100 and 200 yards and with white metal-inlaid sight lines, ramped bead fore-sight with flip-up moonsight, the breech end mounted with a Swarovski Habicht 3-9x36A Nova telescopic sight in later quickly-detachable mounts, self-opening treble-grip action with sprung underlever, removable striker disc, fences finely carved in high relief in Barre style with stylised acanthus on a stippled background, automatic bolted safety with gold-inlaid 'SAFE' and 'BOLTED' details, right hand lockplate with arrow cocking-indicator with pinless dummy lockplate on the left, best fine floral bouquet and acanthus scroll engraving, retaining slight traces of original colour-hardening with some reblued finish, 14 5/8in. well-figured replacement pistolgrip stock with cheekpiece, engraved steel pistolgrip-cap, sling swivels and engraved steel heel and toe-plates, weight 9lb. 7oz., in its brass-mounted oak and leather case

Provenance: The makers have kindly confirmed that this rifle was originally completed in .303 calibre, 'with 26in. Whitworth steel barrel, lever over guard, opening third grip to action and eyes for sling, detonating scroll engraved'. The rifle was completed in 1900 for Marchioness Breadalbane.
The Purdey trade label in the lid of the case has 'Lady Breadalbane' inscribed in pencil at the top left corner.

Lady Alma Imogen Carlotta Leonore Graham, born in 1854 as the youngest daughter of James Graham, 4th Duke of Montrose married Gavin Campbell, 1st Marquess of Breadalbane KG, PC, JP, DL, Seventh Earl of Breadalbane and Holland in 1872 to become the Marchioness Breadalbane. She died in 1932, ten years after the death of her husband. The marquessate of Breadalbane became extinct following his death. His Scottish titles, the Earl of Breadalbane and Holland continued until 1995, when the tenth Earl died childless and the title became dormant.

Other Notes: The proof marks on the barrel would indicate that in 1953 the rifle was converted to .22 Hornet and that subsequently, in 1993 it was lined with a Bohler Rasant steel insert in its current 7x57R calibre and reproved at the London proofhouse.

Estimate £18,000-22,000

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: JabaliHunter]
      #256188 - 01/11/14 09:47 PM

Nice Martini -actioned british made single shot rifle for sale in incoming Widforss auction in Sweden:

https://auctionet.com/sv/search/59-licensvapen

https://auctionet.com/sv/196235-157-kulg...3-tillv-nr-1932





And then some other interesting single shot rifles for sale in same eauction:

Marlin Mod. Ballard´s Patent, cal. .32 Long

https://auctionet.com/sv/195035-154-kulg...se-nr-se1219804




Purdey Rook rifle, cal. .360

https://auctionet.com/sv/206164-188-kulg...0-tillv-nr-2623





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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #256457 - 09/11/14 03:20 PM

a 10,3x60R single shot with a martini action by sonderegger/switzerland
http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=5143819
for the so called "Bündner Patrone" because the 10,3x60R was for decades the cartridge for hunting big game in the canton of Graubünden












Mauser 71 clone "A.Brandt in Fürstenwalde" but probably made in Suhl/Zella Mehlis
9,5x49R, comes with brass and custum die set
http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=5124432















































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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #256466 - 09/11/14 06:37 PM

Quote:

a 10,3x60R single shot with a martini action by sonderegger/switzerland
http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=5143819
for the so called "Bündner Patrone" because the 10,3x60R was for decades the cartridge for hunting big game in the canton of Graubünden






Lancaster,
as fas as I know the min. 10.2 mm caliber rule is still in force in Graubünden, and the ancient 10,3x60R is still much in use.
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: fuhrmann]
      #256474 - 09/11/14 10:34 PM

The 10.3x60R Bündner Patrone is nothing else than a Swiss Nitro Express load of the old British .450/.400 2 3/8" case.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: kuduae]
      #256719 - 14/11/14 01:49 PM

Westley 1897 at Rock Island Auction.

http://www.rockislandauction.com/viewitem/aid/63/lid/1387



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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #256732 - 14/11/14 05:25 PM

That was on Guns International for like $4900?

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #256752 - 15/11/14 12:28 AM

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That was on Guns International for like $4900?




Could be. I would like to get it for the estimate though!

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #256753 - 15/11/14 01:06 AM

The descrition characterizes the scope mount as being fitted to the receiver and the barrel. It looks to me as though both blocks are on the barrel. It would have been a shame to drill and tap the receiver.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #256770 - 15/11/14 11:12 AM

Quote:

Quote:

That was on Guns International for like $4900?




Could be. I would like to get it for the estimate though!




Same..

Hey, Huvius! Pic request! Can you do another thread on your .425 with some new photos? I do enjoy seeing it

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: xausa]
      #256771 - 15/11/14 11:34 AM

Yeah it's the same rifle as on the GI site.

http://www.gunsinternational.com/WESTLEY...un_id=100352176

There we go. More pictures here ^

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #257330 - 29/11/14 04:49 AM

the auction allready ended but an interesting Martini Husqvarna M 24 in 500/450 BPE



perfect 19. century teutonic look
http://www.walterborg.se/auktion/#/

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #257340 - 29/11/14 08:11 AM

Some of these old British rounds had multiple guises, seems like a good round to use for BP express which we have to have a case capacity (total if I'm correct) of more than 110gn.
I'm assuming here it is the 500/450 BP No1 (carbine)the Westly Richards 2 3/4"
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: 93x64mm]
      #258330 - 28/12/14 01:16 PM

I dropped out at $2000 and it went for $2600.00 The mounts are both on the barrel


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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Dutch44]
      #258373 - 29/12/14 04:18 PM

single shot in 8x57IRS by M. Sajowitz/ Wien
Optik Swarovski Habicht 4x32 Abs.4 auf SEM
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #258391 - 30/12/14 09:12 AM

Wow! - Thanks Lancaster for posting such a beautiful rifle

The hammer single is still one of the most attractive to my eyes, and the "less is more" rose and scroll is my personal favourite

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #261031 - 23/02/15 07:52 PM

I like early breech loader and love the 18./19. century jäger rifle






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muzzle loader jäger rifle made by Pirlot/Liege for Schleswig-Holstein and captured by the danish army in 1948/49 than rebuild with the snider typ action for the 17x29 rimfire
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #263858 - 20/04/15 02:49 AM

single shot in 8x60R by Joh. Rabitsch (?), Ferlach
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5400036











barrel insert for shooting the 5,6x35R Vierling in a 9,3x72R barrel
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5424878









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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #265934 - 05/06/15 08:37 AM

i just purchased a collath single shot, mannlicher style full stock kipplauf action rifle,in 6.9x57mm. serial number 20xxx with 27 5/8 inch barrel. i am wondering if it is pre ww1. also i am having a dificult time finding ammo, all the 7x57r seems out of stock.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: germ1947]
      #266771 - 21/06/15 07:54 PM

Ischler Stutzen in 6,5x58R Sauer&Sohn in the next springer's auction
http://issuu.com/joh.springerserben/docs/springer_auktionskatalog17_web


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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #266935 - 24/06/15 07:57 PM

Light on pics but this sounds cool-

http://www.trademe.co.nz/sports/hunting-shooting/rifles/centrefire/auction-907762393.htm

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #267329 - 03/07/15 05:47 PM

good Heerenbüchse by Stiegle in München, 5,6x52R
proofed in 1932, probably made in Suhl
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5514061&PHPSESSID=9a4a015b8153c020b9d353e204c6dae0













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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #267337 - 03/07/15 11:12 PM

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Heerenbüchse by Stiegle in München, 5,6x52R
proofed in 1932, probably made in Suhl




Of course the rifle was made in Suhl! All prewar Heeren rifles were made there. Though Nagel & Menz, Baden – Baden, held the original 1880 patent by Colonel Count Arturo Heeren, they never made "their" actions themselves. As usual, they had their rifles made in Suhl by Stephan Heym (not related to the still active F.W. Heym company). As long as the patent was valid, Nagel & Menz had the exclusive right to market these actions. After the patent expired, Heym could provide other gunmakers with actions and complete rifles directly. At Stephan's death in 1919 his son Max Heym took over the business. Max Heym had the word "Heeren" protected as a trademark. Max continued until 1938, when because of old age he sold his business to Ernst Kerner & Co., Suhl, who continued to make Heeren rifles and actions until 1945. During the interwar years about 80 to 100 Heeren actions were made each year.
It was after 1945 only, when E.Kerner, Suhl, was no more, that others started making Heeren actions. Known are Glaser - Zürich, Oreschowski – Graz, Furtschegger _ Kufstein, Outschar – Ferlach. All other gunmakers bought in their actions or the complete rifles from these makers.


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      #270012 - 05/09/15 08:28 PM

9,3x72R single shot break action made probably by an unknown maker in Weipert
today in auction https://www.dorotheum.com/auktionen/aukt...ller.html?img=0





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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #271830 - 18/10/15 06:01 AM

sporting rifle build by T H Wedekindt in Suhl in 11,6x40R before 1891
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5526197 the rifle was build by using a dutch Beaumont Rifle
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      #272899 - 09/11/15 12:30 AM

some very charming Husqvarna rolling block full stock rifles in the next Walterborg auction
http://www.walterborg.se/auktion/



Katalognr: 623

GEVÄR, Svenskt, fabrikat: Husqvarna, rolling block, modell 33, kal. 9 mm, tillvnr. saknas, piplängd 79 cm, , helstock av valnöt med hornnäsa, (tillverkat före 1890 enligt boken "Husqvarna Kulvapen" sid 53), läskstång saknas, mycket gott skick.





Katalognr: 598

GEVÄR, Svenskt, fabrikat: Husqvarna, rolling block, kal. 12,17x44R, tillvnr. 39888, piplängd 75 cm, , helstock med hornnäsa, stopphane, klaffsikte, läskstång saknas, gott skick.

Utropspris: 1000 - 1500 SEKSlutpris: -





Katalognr: 599

GEVÄR, Svenskt, fabrikat: Husqvarna, rolling block, kal. 12,17x44R, tillvnr. saknas, piplängd 69 cm, , pipa med åttakantigt kammarstycke, klffsikte, helstock av valnöt, läskstång saknas, gott skick.

Utropspris: 1000 - 1500 SEKSlutpris: -

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #273174 - 13/11/15 11:17 PM

bavarian M 1869 Werder "lightning" rifle probably sporterized in Suhl/Zella Mehlis, maybe one the rifles made once by C.G. Haenel
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5674581







interesting fact that the rifle is chambered for the 8x58R Sauer &Sohn one of the older so called Express cartridge because the mother case was the 360 BPE 2,25". such express cartridges had a lower pressure than 8x57 rimmed and rimless and were used for early weaker break action guns. the old Werder rifle get a new breechblock when the rifle was rechamberd from 11,5x50R Werder to 11,15x60R Mauser 71 in the 1870s and seems it was strong enough then for small bore nitro rounds.

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      #273555 - 19/11/15 12:28 AM

nice stalking rifle for the 6,5x58R Sauer&Sohn, Carl Läuger (Lörrach) http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5647460#img













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      #276074 - 04/01/16 08:03 PM

single shot stalking rifle with M 88 action in 8x57IS for Eduard Kettner/Köln
http://stiegele.weebly.com/offers-2nd-page.html









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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #276758 - 19/01/16 06:40 AM


Obviously, there are many more than two Gibbs Farquharsons with Selous plates so the consignor is in error on that point.
The rifle must have been chambered in 461 No.2 originally as that rear sight with the black powder charges and bullet weights conforms with the No.2 loadings. The gun looks to have been rebarreled while utilizing the original rear sight and as stated the forend is an obvious replacement.
I would like to get this rifle and put it back to its original configuration. That would be the only just treatment for such a rifle IMO.

You are spot on there Huvios , You have one, I have one, and there is the example here, I also know of a number of others shown in Wal Winfer's books, but this is very nice, and begging to be put back into original configuration , at least they got the Selous plate screws in right! Chris.


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      #276768 - 19/01/16 12:26 PM

Chris, I did buy that one and it is being rebarreled and new forend and case coloring.
It will be a 450 3-1/4 BPE though.
I have the Metford barrel to use and I really wanted to go with a 500/450 of some sort but the trough in the action is really too small for that size of rimmed cartridge. Externally, the barrel will be turned to match my 461 and to use the original rear sight that is on the small barrel. I'm really glad that sight was still with the gun!
I didn't have a Selous plated Gibbs before getting this one.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Ash]
      #277546 - 04/02/16 09:18 PM

a small 22 lr single shot with claw mount is also rare in the fatherland so here a Geco with a Goerz /Berlin on claw mount
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      #277963 - 14/02/16 05:02 PM

again a stalking rifle build with a M 88 receiver in 9,3x72R by NIMROD GEWEHR FABRICK / THIEME SCHLEGELMILCH SUHL

http://www.naturabuy.fr/Carabine-artisanale-9-3-x72-R-item-14914.html











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      #278096 - 17/02/16 03:34 PM

'JOH. KALEZKY'S WITWE K. u. K ÖSTERREICHISCHER- & KÖNIG. SERB. HOF-LIEFERANT IN WIEN
single shot take down Stutzen 10,7mm, Vienna proof in 1906, bases for a snap mount on the barrel
https://www.dorotheum.com/auktionen/aktu...l?currentPage=2







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      #278100 - 17/02/16 06:26 PM

Thats nice! Very Euro.

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      #278319 - 22/02/16 11:16 PM

nice 11,5mm - probably 450 BPE single shot by "A. MULACZ K.K. HOFBUCHSENMACHER ALSERSTRASSE 38 IN WIEN"
http://www.czernys.com/auctions_lot.php?oggetto=60359&asta=57















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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #278329 - 23/02/16 04:16 AM

Isn't that lovely!

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      #278341 - 23/02/16 09:43 AM

Is it ever! The Jones' underlever hammer single shots are all good, but this is excellent

The full length stock is just the icing on the cake

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #278400 - 24/02/16 06:44 PM

Quote:

nice 11,5mm - probably 450 BPE single shot by "A. MULACZ K.K. HOFBUCHSENMACHER ALSERSTRASSE 38 IN WIEN"
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Nice only? Quite perfect, I'd say!


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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #281523 - 25/04/16 12:27 PM

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Quite interesting 10 cal. big bore Rigby, what a pity that stock isn´t original. Same seller has some other interesting weapons too:

























http://www.egun.de/market/item.php?id=5082959




Does anyone have more info on these? Somehow i overlooked it when going through this thread ages ago! Never seen one. Big weird looking thing. How much did it sell for/was priced at?

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      #281524 - 25/04/16 12:29 PM

Adams & Co London,1877, Field Patent
"450" on the barrel so could be anything, http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5826464













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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #281783 - 01/05/16 03:59 AM

Here's hoping!
Looks like I am the high bidder on this A. Henry but I have lost auctions where I thought myself to be the winner - somehow... Sometimes my bid matches another but being made before my bid, takes the win. We'll see.

Anyway, here is the auction description:

Description: This Alexander Henry express rifle has the hammer and lock on the left and a shadow line cheekpiece on the right for left handed shooters. While the original military pattern Henry rifles had their locks and hammers on the left to facilitate easier loading, Henry express rifles typically have their hammers and locks on the right side as has long been standard on sporting rifles. This example has a blade front sight on a large integral base, a notch rear sight with a folding leaf and scope on the raised rib that is marked "ALEX'R HENRY, EDINBURGH & LONDON," intricate English scrollwork on the action, and a checkered forearm and pistol grip stock with checkered steel buttplate. The lock has a sliding half-cock safety ahead of the hammer similar to the style found on high end flintlock and percussion arms from early in the 19th century. The underside of the barrel has several English proofs, "500 EX," and "6582/A.H." The lower tang is marked "5909." The .500 Express black powder cartridge was most popular for hunting tigers in India.

Condition: Fine. The original blue finish on the barrel remains mostly intact with the balance having turned a plum brown. The case colors have mostly silvered out aside from some vivid case colors visible in the protected areas. The are some spots of varnish/oil stains as well as a few minor marks and light scratches. The wood is also fine and has crisp checkering and a few minor handling and storage marks. The scope is more well worn and has distinct signs of having been mounted further forward in the replacement rings at some point. The optics are clear except for some black visible in the outer circumference. The action functions perfectly, and the markings and engraving patterns are distinct.








Now, obviously they are correct that it is a LH rifle with the cheekpiece on the right of the stock. Often Alex Henrys are identified as LH simply because the lock is on the left which is not the case as many A. Henrys were made for right handed shooters (cheekpiece on the left) but with the lock on the right or left. A lock on the right would aid a LH shooter anyway. I'm not a lefty but that doesn't bother me on a rifle such as this.

One thing they seem to have missed is the forend latch.
This latch was used by Henry only on his takedown rifles! So, as I said, "Here's Hoping!!"

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #281786 - 01/05/16 08:22 AM

Huvius - Very nice indeed, the front bolted left hand lock is indeed unusual (most front bolted were R/H)

Both my AHs (1 L/H, 1 R/H) are rear bolted. From the numbers it appears mid 1880's

Good luck, I hope all goes well and you get it

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: TH44]
      #281788 - 01/05/16 10:30 AM

Well, didn't get it.

Someone got a great rifle for an even greater price!
$4500 plus premium is about as low as a takedown Henry gets.
I guess I must find solace in the Alex Henry rifles I already have...

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #281792 - 01/05/16 01:41 PM

had this with a Mannlicher Schönauer once, officially I was the highest bidder in the end but in the last millisecond there came a higher bid in as they told me

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #281808 - 01/05/16 10:03 PM

If it was an internet auction it sounds as if someone put a sniper bid on it/them

They are beatable (depending on the auction site) - ebay is usually easy as it counts down the time available

PM me if you get another one and I will try to help

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: TH44]
      #281811 - 01/05/16 11:23 PM

This was in the US at the Rock Island auction.
My guess is that someone put in the same internet bid as I but placed it before I did.
Just goes to show, if you are really serious, you must arrange a phone bid or have an agent at the auction.
If it were a right handed rifle, I would have done just that but I was hoping to snag a bargain so kind of went in on the soft side.
Its funny, R.I. has this "bid plus" feature which I considered but opted out on. I don't know if that would have made a difference but I will strongly consider it in the future.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #283078 - 29/05/16 03:11 PM

Heeren Stutzen in 7x57R by Max Heym/Suhl für Gebrüder Kupfer /Dresden
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=5955646











pre war single shot by Christian Friedrich Triebel, Suhl in 7x75R Super Expreß v. Hofe
original a 5,6x61R Super Expreß vom Hofe it was change in 7mm proably in 1979 in Ferlach
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #283082 - 29/05/16 08:42 PM

Lancaster, that Mulazc takes the cake. Exquisite. I have a Johann Outschar stalking rifle with several very similar features.

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      #285827 - 29/07/16 04:40 AM

beautyful S&S carpathian rifle in 9,3x74R, proofed 2/1929
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6020895

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      #287699 - 11/09/16 01:40 PM

if you want to hunt like Franz Josef




take this very nice Ischler Stutzen in 8x50R; Julius Rösler, Salzburg

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      #288345 - 26/09/16 05:25 AM

talking about Ischler Stutzen now gone there was a very nice one in th Dorotheum auction house
http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/i...p;currentpos=12












"F. Spurny in Wien" + "Jos. Heinige's Nachfahren" in 7x57R
Vienna and german proof in 1903

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #289820 - 04/11/16 04:05 AM

Holland and Holland Woodward 1895 patent falling block.
You could really pretend to be Selous with this one in hand!

http://www.gunbroker.com/item/595782796

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #289866 - 05/11/16 04:16 AM

Ben,
Too bad it was not done with a barrel liner back to the original .375 Express......
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      #289868 - 05/11/16 05:37 AM

Yeah. 444 Marlin is a bit of an odd choice although there really aren't many choices in going up from .375 to something bigger when dealing with barrel diameter and breech diameter.
Would have made a great 450-400 but maybe the chamber couldn't accommodate it. Don't know that for sure but now there isn't anywhere to go from here unless the barrel can take a 450 bore.

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      #295529 - 20/02/17 12:38 AM

11mm Werndl hunting rifle https://www.dorotheum.com/auktionen/aktu...l?currentPage=2





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      #298227 - 31/03/17 10:57 PM

"Dan'l Fraser & Co. / Guns & Rifles Manufacturers / 4 Leith St. Terrace Edinburgh" in .375 NE H&H Magnum
http://www.hermann-historica.de/de/block...p;currentpos=50
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      #298245 - 01/04/17 12:19 PM

Now that's a thing of beauty.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Wayne59]
      #298246 - 01/04/17 01:47 PM

Certainly is, very nice.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Waidmannsheil]
      #298319 - 03/04/17 01:16 AM

Gorgeous !!

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Waidmannsheil]
      #298321 - 03/04/17 02:19 AM

That side lever Fraser is a fine looking rifle!
Long, slender and graceful! I would like to handle and shoot that one.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Iowa_303s]
      #299196 - 18/04/17 05:25 AM

" Austro-Hungarian Model 1867 Werndl Sporter Rifle. { 11x42? or 11x58? rimmed}. Serial # 4283. Manufactured by Steyr, 1867-74. Sporterized by Joh Springer, Austria. Added was nice scrolling on the butt plate and trigger guard, double triggers (one set trigger), and express rear sight. Barrel length approx 22 1/2”, so it may be original carbine length, not a cut down rifle barrel. Wood is in VG condition. Metal finish 20% patina overall, no pitting. Stamped matching numbers on the trigger guard and bolt tab. Bore has VG (Hi VG) lands, grooved have a bright shine. $500 "



















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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #299199 - 18/04/17 07:01 AM

Wouldn't it be fun to smack a moose with that one, Lancaster?

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Daryl_S]
      #299215 - 18/04/17 01:56 PM

no doubt

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #302445 - 28/06/17 04:32 AM

danish remington rolling block sporterized for greenland http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6484201#img













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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Levallois]
      #305084 - 10/09/17 02:24 PM

Albert Staehle in Wien 14 mm (28 ga) pinfire rifle , SN 545
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6593877



































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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Levallois]
      #306051 - 06/10/17 08:40 PM

allways nice Novotny in Prague, 9,5 mm rifle around 1875
http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/k...;currentpos=112































22 lr singel shot stutzen by Gustloffwerke /Suhl

http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/e...;currentpos=129











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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #307295 - 05/11/17 11:55 PM

Larsen Liege, falling block, cal. ca 10 mm, SN 14-9895
https://www.walterborg.se/sv/auktion/auktion/h17/gevar/4682_4





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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #307305 - 06/11/17 04:00 AM

Some really interesting rifles, there, lancaster, the Nowotny in particular.
It appears to take a ctg. The ctg. is shoved into the chamber with the holding pin to the outside at 2 o'clock.
A percussion cap is placed on the central nipple.
The hammer is simply a way of cocking the action, and the striker is internal, hitting the cap to discharge the gun.

Most interesting - at least, that is the way I see this one working- a guess, in other words.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Levallois]
      #307649 - 12/11/17 05:11 AM

5,6x52R by Heinz Stubenrauch/ Suhl,http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6632320











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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Levallois]
      #310013 - 05/01/18 09:48 PM

450/400 2 3/8 BPE
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6756781





























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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Huvius]
      #311390 - 31/01/18 10:11 AM

RE: Holt's Auction of a ALEXR. HENRY & CO. A FINE AND RARE .303 NITRO EXPRESS FRASER 1880 PATENT SIDELEVER TAKE-DOWN FALLING-BLOCK SPORTING RIFLE, serial no. 3474,

This is absolutely a beautiful gun. Thank you for showing it. I think most of us would love to have it but the price (including Holt's 25% commission & importation fee) may be high. Still, we can lust after this rifle.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Iowa_303s]
      #312626 - 19/02/18 05:28 AM

all in the coming Springer's auction

Ischlerstutzen A. Fischer - Schärding, 6,5x58R Sauer&Sohn, SN 1422
http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/k...p;currentpos=95









Kahles H4x60 on claw mount, 1906 Ferlach proof

J. Outschar - Ferlach, 7x57R; #35123 with a second barrel by J. Koschat - Ferlach, 9,3x74R, #26828
proof 1950, Zeiss Diavari-Z 1,5-6x42 on claw mount
http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/k...p;currentpos=90
















Joh. Springer's Erben - Wien, 5,6x35R Vierling, #13201 single shot with a scaled down M 71 action
Kahles Mignon 4x20 on snap mount, proof 1907
http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/e...p;currentpos=87











HOLLAND & HOLLAND, it seems the old barrel have a liner 5,6x52 R, scope is an Oigee Berlin
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Iowa_303s]
      #314030 - 16/03/18 06:06 AM

Husqvarna made Martiny rifle in 577/500 No. 2 BPE
https://ganymede.meccahosting.com/~a0000ae7/aaresult.php?PageId=89



























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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #315314 - 16/04/18 02:27 AM

love the old Husqvarna rolling block stutzen
https://www.walterborg.se/sv/auktion/auktion/v18/kulgevar/4962_9
10,75 mm caliber , what ever this is
SN 13896







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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #315694 - 27/04/18 04:39 AM

Sauer & Sohn Mod. Tell II, 5,6x35R Vierling), SN 178931
http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/l...mp;currentpos=1



zeiss zielvier on vienna snap mount, collath typ turn safety

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #315754 - 28/04/18 02:15 AM

Quote:

love the old Husqvarna rolling block stutzen
https://www.walterborg.se/sv/auktion/auktion/v18/kulgevar/4962_9
10,75 mm caliber , what ever this is
SN 13896










The Germans had quite a few 10,75mm rimmed cartridges from Grundig, Dornheim, Collath, Roth.
Also 10,75x52R Mannlicher... 10,75x49R Werndl.....10,75x47 MB schiessenpatron,


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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: rigbymauser]
      #315758 - 28/04/18 04:25 AM

Quite probably 10,5x47R. At least Husqvarna used this kaliber.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #316169 - 07/05/18 05:28 AM

I thought someone may be interested in a group of single shot actions that are being auctioned. It really looks like several nice actions.

See: https://www.proxibid.com/asp/LotDetail.a...ine%3D#topoflot

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: 85lc]
      #316170 - 07/05/18 06:15 AM

What a spectacular underestimation of what this grouping would bring! The commercial Sharps Borschardt and the DST Winchester High Walls look like real gems, and I know someone who could supply all the missing parts.

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #317170 - 09/06/18 03:26 AM

a Beaumout action in 9,5x47R
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6980474













"Fritz von Stiften in Minden" action in 8,15x46R
http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=6983568




























""Im Jahre 1904 hatte er den Betrieb seines Vaters Johann Friedrich von Stiften übernommen.
Fritz von Stiften erhält am 21.06.1927 ein DRP 467260 für einen sehr interessanten Drehblockverschluss,
der auf dem Aydt-Drehblockverschluss mit innenliegender V-Feder beruht. (Siehe Foto)
Dieses Scheibengewehr für den jagdlichen Bereich wurde von Georg Fährmann aus Zella-Mehlis im Oktober 1930
für Fritz von Stiften aus Minden angefertigt.
Sein Firmenzeichen G.F.Z. im Oval finden wir des Öfteren an Scheibenpistolen wie z.B. der Stötzer Perfekt."
Im Kaliber 8,15 x 46R mit dreifachen Stecher und Schiebesicherung.
Lauf innen blank! Mit Original Zielfernrohr!
Der Beschußtag war im Oktober 1930 (10.30) und die dazugehörige Journalnummer ist 567."




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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #317183 - 09/06/18 04:29 PM

Thank you for teaching us, Lancaster; I had never heard about the Von Stiften falling block system!
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Louis]
      #317191 - 10/06/18 04:04 AM

teaching you? such things were safe here because I see them the first time

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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #317205 - 10/06/18 04:40 PM

This patented action looks quite similar with these .22 LR actions whose are not so uncommon here in Finland. Before WWII Finnish Home Guard bought quite many of them for target shooting purposes.



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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #317313 - 16/06/18 04:33 AM

needle fire hunting rifle made for Karl XV (1826-1872), king of sweden and norway proably in the 1860s
by Hans Larsen
https://www.lauritz.com/da/auktion/taendnaalsgevaer-foer-karl-xv-1860-tal/i5022181/#













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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: Igorrock]
      #317415 - 22/06/18 12:03 AM

Now here is THE Ischler Stutzen.

http://auctions.springer-vienna.com/de/l...mp;currentpos=6


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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: fuhrmann]
      #317418 - 22/06/18 02:08 AM

magnificent, well thats an ischler stutzen
" Beschreibung
60 cm Achtkantlauf, Gold eingelegter Herstellername und Goldkordel an der Laufwurzel, Standvisier, geschwungen gefeilte Muschel, T-Riegel Verschluss Typ Lefaucheux, langer Unterhebel unter dem Vorderschaft, helle gerundete Basküle, Hahnschloss mit rückliegender Feder, kleines Gegenblech, alles graviert mit spärlichen Arabesken, Hahn mit Hasenohrsporn und Sicherungsschieber, Klappdiopter in der Scheibe, Abzugsbügel mit Fingerrillen, deutscher Stecher, Stahlschaftkappe, Ganzschaft aus Nussholz mit geradem Schaftrücken, geschwungene Backe, darin Gold eingelegter Gams, 33 cm, einteiliger Vorderschaft mit Tropfnase aus Horn, Putzstockhalter aus Geweih, Pflasterlade mit Schubdeckel, darin der zweite Teil des Putzstockes, Horngriff für diesen unten am Kolbenverschraubt, Riemenbügel, 3 kg, BJ ca. 1880, gültiger Nachbeschuss 2004, funktionale historische Jagdwaffe aus der Zeit Kaiser Franz Joseph I. in erstklassiger Erhaltung, Zustand II-III. "

caliber looks like 11,6x60R 450 BPE, maybe not the best for the gams




















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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #317435 - 22/06/18 04:14 PM

Hi Lancaster

thanks for doing the work that I was too lazy to do - copying the pictures etc!
Alive and well, thanks too, after some hospital visits recently.

Check the maker, Leithner in Ischl. I did not realize before he was active into breech loader times. This is quite the nonplusultra Ischlerstutzen. Interesting to see all those little muzzleloader details that were retained, including the little golden "Gams" in the cheekpiece - was this a "trademark" of Leithner?
I guess at that time, 1880 and compared to muzzleloader ballistics, .450 BPE was quite advanced.

Here is a similar rifle, caliber 12.5 mm Lefaucheux.

https://www.waffengebraucht.at/waffen/so...in-ischl--78352



And some older percussion rifles from Leithner:

https://www.dorotheum.com/auktionen/aktu...ionsbuchse.html

https://www.dorotheum.com/auktionen/aktu...er-stutzen.html

https://www.hermann-historica.de/de/perkussionsstutzen/l/77059



Cheers and Hurra die Gams
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: fuhrmann]
      #317436 - 22/06/18 06:05 PM

Absolute gems aren't they!!!!
Thanks for sharing Lancaster, keep up the good work.
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Re: Single Shot Rifles at Auction [Re: lancaster]
      #317815 - 06/07/18 04:11 PM

M. Brunner- Brugg/switzerland
Stutzen with Martini action 8x57I, 2,5 Kahles on claw mount http://egun.de/market/item.php?id=7016897












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