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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Fox Sterlingworth Boxlock Shotgun
serial #139224, 12 ga., 30" matted ribbed barrels choked full and improved modified with bright excellent bores. The barrels retain 95% original blue finish showing finish loss at the muzzles and a few light spots of pitting. The frame which is marked " FOX STERLINGWORTH" on both sides is embellished with the typical simple borders and geometric patterns has toned to a pewter gray displaying light traces of its original case-hardened colors in the protected areas, primarily on the water table. The checkered walnut pistolgrip buttstock and forend rate excellent as refinished displaying a few scattered handling marks over a flaking glossy varnish. The buttstock wears a hard rubber recoil pad which provides a length of pull of 14" and with drops of 1 5/8" and 2 7/8". The gun features an automatic safety, extractors and double triggers. (177056-3) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
a.h. Fox J Grade Single Barrel Trap shotgun
serial #400542, 12 ga, 32" matted ventilated rib barrel with bright very good bore showing a little fine scratching just ahead of the chamber. The barrel retains 90% original blue showing some scattered fine scratches and rub marks under the forearm with wear on the edges of the rib and around the muzzle. It is marked ÒMade BY Savage Arms Corp., Utica, NY U.S.A." on the left side of the barrel and ÒA. H. Fox Ð Chromox Fluid Steel" on the right side and a large silver bead and ivory midbead are mounted on the rib. The frame is embellished with vignettes of fine scroll and exhibits 20% fading case color with traces of more brilliant color in protected areas. The triggerguard has toned to a light brown patina and has the letters ÒAWF" and some scroll engraved on the bow. The pistolgrip Monte Carlo stock and beavertail forearm rate very good displaying some light scattered dings and scratches with one tiny hairline crack in the bottom left side of the forearm over a smooth oiled finish. Extensive checkering on the grip and forearm including the stock shields remains crisp. The forearm has a lightly engraved lever release which has faded to brown and the stock has a hard rubber gripcap and a contemporary buttplate adjustable for drop with worn recoil pad providing a length of 14" and drops of 1 3/8" at the comb and 2 1/8" at the heel. There is a German silver monogram oval in the toeline of the stock which has been re-attached. The gun is fitted with a switch on the left side of the action which releases the bolt when the gun is disassembled, a unique and handy feature of the Fox trap guns. A rare and functional American trap gun. (116020-25) Amoskeag Auction
U.S. Model 1903-A3 Bolt Action Rifle By Smith-Corona
serial #3648775, 30-06, 24" barrel dated "3-43" with a very good but lightly frosted bore. The barrel and action have what appears to be the original parkerized finish which is now a mottled brown with gray while the bolt and most of the stock furniture have a newer arsenal parkerized finish. The walnut handguard and scant-c buttstock rate excellent having a few minor dings and are void of any markings. Oddly enough the barrel has an import marking on the underside near the muzzle from St Albans, VT, most likely Century Arms. A very good reconditioned example overall that will likely make a good shooter. (45673-44) {C&R} Amoskeag Auction
Weatherby Mark XXII Semi-Auto Rifle
serial #T07516, 22 LR, 24" barrel with a bright, excellent bore. The metal surfaces retain about 90% original blue with areas of light wear and some sparse light scattered surface oxidation throughout. The checkered walnut Monte Carlo stock rates near excellent and is a light blonde color. The stock features a rosewood forend tip and gripcap, the gripcap with a diamond inlay and a set of sling swivel studs has been installed. The front sight is missing its blade and sight hood, the rear sight is the folding leaf variety and remains intact. Mounted to the grooved receiver is a Tasco 3-12X40 riflescope that features a duplex reticle and has very good optics. A very good to near excellent example overall of these classic Japanese-made deluxe-grade sporting 22 rifles. (48440-17) {MODERN} Amoskeag Auction
Glock Model 23 Gen 4 Semi-Auto Pistol
serial #RKZ164, 40 S&W;, 4" barrel with a bright excellent bore. This virtually new-in-the-box pistol shows a couple of faint handling marks, but appears to have not been fired. It comes with a bore brush, lock, manual, loader, grip straps, and its original factory black plastic case. (126819-183) Amoskeag Auction
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Amoskeag Auction Company, Inc.
250 Commercial Street #3011
Manchester, NH 03101
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