Amoskeag Auction

Amoskaeg Auction specializes in firearm auction. They are located in New Hampshire, where the founder and CEO Jason Devine grew up. Therefore they have a lot of experience in handling with firearms and thus hold a high standard and professional approach. They offer auctions approximately once a month.

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serial #20354, 32-40 Win, 30" octagon barrel with a bright excellent bore. Barrel and frame retain about 95-97% later hot immersion blue with the barrel showing some streaked areas and a spot or two of very light oxidation; the frame showing remnants of a one-time light pinprick pitting. The lever is in a similar state of condition and the hammer and breechblock are primarily a mottled case-hardened patina. The checkered English walnut pistolgrip buttstock with flared left side cheekpiece and offhand dual-hook Swiss style butt rates excellent with only minor dings and handling marks and much original varnish. There is an antique repair to the stock where it meets the frame in the form of a brass collar or band. The checkered walnut forearm with bone tip insert rates very good plus showing a 5 1/2" sliver missing from the left side of the forearm. There is a windage adjustable globe style front sight in place and the tang has a Marlin improved vernier mid-range peepsight installed. Barrel shows one old filled dovetail and has been drilled and tapped for and is fitted with two steel target blocks. The block and lever lockup tightly and the action and the double set triggers are crisp. Really a very nice Marlin Ballard 6 1/2 offhand with a wonderful Zischang-manufactured barrel. (34054-67) {ANTIQUE} [Jake Simmons Collection] Amoskeag Auction
High Standard Model 103 Supermatic Citation Semi-Auto Pistol
serial #1327239, 22 LR, 10" barrel with a bright excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain 98-99% original blue with a few light handling marks and a couple of minor scratches on the barrel weights and underside of the barrel. The checkered brown plastic grips with inset High Standard logos rate excellent. The gun includes a barrel mounted adjustable rear sight, an adjustable trigger, two barrel weights and a muzzle brake. This target pistol appears to have seen little if any use and comes with a set of tools and its original purple factory box that is correctly numbered and end-labeled to the gun that is in good to very good condition with some wear and tear to its corners, sides and edges. (128128-9) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
Winchester Model 71 Deluxe Lever Action Rifle
serial #4117, 348 Win, 24" barrel with an excellent bore. The barrel retains about 90-92% original blue, the loss due primarily to remnants of light oxidation which was likely light steel wooled, now showing some speckled brown and pewter gray patina. The magazine tube rates excellent, the forend nosecap has faded to a pewter and brown. The receiver shows about 97-98% original blue with a few speckles of light oxidation on each frame flat while the lever retains perhaps 85-90% original blue, also with very light oxidation speckling. The checkered capped pistolgrip walnut buttstock and forend rate very good plus with much original varnish on the buttstock and only light, near overall, very minor dings and handling marks from the years of use. The forend shows more flaking varnish, flattening of the checkering and more handling marks. There is a gold bead front sight in place, the hood is missing, the original semi-buckhorn rear sight is in place and the top of the bolt has been drilled and tapped and slotted for a "riding bolt peep", it is not present. There is some minor oxidation on the buttplate, the original super grade-style sling swivels are present. A very good, very usable long-tang example overall manufactured in the second year of production, 1936. (35183-1) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
Mauser DSM34 Sporter Bolt Action Training Rifle
serial #147078, 22 LR, 26 1/2" barrel with an excellent, bright bore. The metal surfaces rate near very good and retain about 90% of their blued finish but do exhibit some general light fading and areas of scattered light oxidation, as well as some light scratches along the front sight block. The checkered walnut stock rates near very good but does exhibit numerous light scratches and dings. The right side of the stock displays a Mauser cartouche unscathed by handling marks. The rifle features a hooded ramp front sight; however, the rear sight has since been removed to accommodate the installation of a scope. The barrel also features a single installed target type scope mount block. The mounted Weaver G6 scope features an additional R. A. Litschert Spot-Shot 7/8 lens over the standard objective lens. The optic combination rates very good, but does exhibit some blemish marks and light scratches along the Spot-Shot lens. The optic features a standard crosshair reticle which displays a crisp, mostly clear sight picture, let down only by a few minor splotches. The trigger pull on the rifle is extremely smooth and presents a light, crisp break. This Mauser would likely still prove more than adequate for plinking or target rifle purposes. (136842-22) Amoskeag Auction
Colt Model 1908 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Auto Pistol
serial #86633, 380 ACP, 3 3/4" barrel with an oxidized bore. This type II, 1928 era pistol retains about 95% original blue finish with light high edge wear present, scattered oxidation blemishes on the slide and strewn scratches and handling marks on the metal surfaces. The checkered walnut factory grips with silver Colt medallions in very good condition with light handling wear. A correctly marked single two tone magazine is included. (87024-22) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
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Amoskeag Auction Company, Inc.
250 Commercial Street #3011
Manchester, NH 03101