BCX-III, Inc.

Antique Firearms



CANNONS

ON HOLD! AF.35. 18th Century bronze Dutch Cannon salvaged from a Caribbean Dutch merchant mans' wreck. AF98.htmln has been cleaned revealing a very nice greenish bronze patina. The cannon weighs approximately 235 lb. Its' dimensions are: bore diameter 1 3/4", length 45" (three feet nine inches), maximumAF70.html 16". The muzzle has a grooved sighting slot and the cannon was cast with six (6) decorative reinforcement rings. There is no foundry mark or date on the cannon. It is quite a nice item. Please see the photographs. A very nice ensemble...................................................$5600.ON HOLD!

GERMAN WWI & WWII

AF.45. Very nice brown thick leather German holster made for a PP and PPK semi-automatic pistol. The holster has the extra clip sleeve sewn on the front and the large cover flap and button strap flap tie down. The holster also has a large leather belt loop. The holster is the semi hard leather model and is Police brown in color. It is in good condition............................................$85.SOLD! AF.79. Very nice condition WWII German Army MG-34 bi-pod. The bi-pod is in good working order and has the vast majority of the original bluing present..............$85.SOLD!

AF.83. Very nice WWII German Army MG-34 machine gun operating and recoil spring. The spring is in very good condition.....................$25.

AF.92. Very nice WWII German Army 50 round live MG-34 ammunition belt. All of the brass cased cartridges are hall marked * S, are dated 03 39 (1939) and lot numbered P635. The steel painted black belt links are are also in very fine condition. This is a great item to complement a static display. They should not be subject to a live fire attempt as they are just too rare and cannot be readily replaced with original dated ammunition................$200.

AF.103. Very nice case hardened Nazi occupation production Radom VIS-35 9mm semi-automatic pistol holster. The holster is in fine condition - all tight stitching present. The thick brown leather is in good condition - no holes, tears or scratches. The underneath holster flat is hall marked bnz 1944 P 35 (b). The extra clip pouch and the interior leather pull strap are in good condition. The Radom waffen marked pistol is for display purposes. This is a hard to find original WWII Axis holster.........................................$200.

AF.106. Good condition operating parts for an MP-34 machine gun.......................$65.

AF.108. Another nice assortment of German WWII MG-34 machine gun operating parts...........................$100.

AF.111. WWII German MG - 34 machine gun barrel. The barrel is 24 5/8" long, retains the vast majority of it's bluing and is hall marked. The markings are as follows: Ru 721 cua or g 41 (1941) then five (5) waffern marks with WaW81or 88. All this is on the barrel. On the barrel end locking plate are two waffen marks, WaA88 and another one that looks like a Luftwaffe eagle logo. The bore is in good condition - not worn out. There are no signs of bore or barrel corrosion. The barrel takes the 7.92X57mm Mauser cartridge. Good condition: ......................................$225.

AF.137. Very nice and unique WWII era Luger leather holster with 2nd clip leather side sleeve. The holster is constructed of thick hardshell leather, originally brown and then stained black sometime later after the entry of Austria into the Greater German Reich. The holster is in very good condition with all stitching present. The holster is hall marked STOLLA WIEN. On the interior flap is an inked Wa acceptance intial(s). The case is from a southern Virginia veteran's estate. There are still remanents of leather polish on the interior leather. This is a nice Luger holster.........................$175.

AF.139. Mint German .22 caliber rifle training kit set for converting the standard K-98 Mauser rifle into a training rifle that will use less expensive ammunition. The kit is housed in a very nice wooden box, 33" long, 2 3/4" wide by 2" high. On top of the box is stamped 1. A. R. 5 6. The kit is complete with matching component numbers 899 and waffen marked 280. On the trigger housing is ERMA ERFURT and the date 1937. On the bolt is 1./A.R.56. and waffen acceptance marks. The barrel, receiver, firing mechanism, trigger housing and two (2) .22 caliber long clips have retained their bluing. It appears that this kit was not issued as it is in fine condition.. The barrel inserted into the 7.92mm barrel with the trigger and bolt being replaced with the .22 kit conversion components. This item is quite scarce and needs an appreciative home...........................................$2100.

UNITED STATES

AF.112. American U.S. M2 Carbine Ammunition. Very nice original O/D colored cotton six (6) pocket bandolier of U.S. M2 Carbine. Each pocket holds two (2) clips of five (5) rounds each. One pocket has only one 5 RD clip of ammunition. Total rounds - 55. The bandolier has the stenciling CAL. 30 Ball M2, 8 RD CLIPS, LC 42588. On the backside of one pouch is stenciled MDV PN?M OCT 67. The brass jacket ammunition is 7.62X33mm. Each cartridge end is dated 69 (1969) and hall marked LC (Lake City Arsenal). Lake City .30 Carbine ammunition is very scarce................$65.

AF.113 American Krag Jorgensen Ammunition. Partial box of .30-40 Government cartridges (13) for the Krag Jorgensen U.S. military rifle. The Krag Model 1892 was the first rifle to use smokeless powder. Each brass cartridge is hall marked 30-40 KRAG then the initials R - P. The cartridges are in good condition................................$20.

AF. 114 Five sets of M2 Belt fed ammunition in their original links. Twenty-four cartridges hall marked LC (Lake City Arsenal) and dated 69 (1969. Four sections have five (5) cartridges each, one with four (4). Hard to find links...................................$30.

AF.134. Paper cover private printing 85 page book titled "Know Your Walther PP & PPK pistols by E. J. Hoffschmidt for Models P.P., P.P.K., K.P.K., P.P. Super, T.P.H. and Axis allies copies. Excellent reference book which includes technical and schematic specifications and history of each Walther model. Scarce reference...........................................$45.

American WWII, Rifle Caliber .30 M1 Garand

AF.58. Very good condition M1 Garand rifle barrel. The barrel rifling is good - no pitting or rusting. The barrel is serial numbered and hall marked SA 6585448 9 63 Y37. A nice barrel...................................$85.

AF.59. Nice M1 Garand complete gas cylinder including the rifle sight and front rifle sling swivel. The gas cylinder barrel and sight still retain the original bluing. The cylinder is hall marked T 367. A very nice and necessary M1 rifle component................................$65.

AF.62. M1 Garand gas cylinder with accompanying rifle sight and rifle sling swivel. The gas nut is not present but easily obtainable. Good condition.....................................................$55.

BRITISH

AF.55. WWII British container of mint British Enfield rifle cartridge clips - 25 unused .303 cal clips. The rifle clips still retain their original paint and are dent
free.......................................$45.

GERMAN WWII
AF.42. Very nice WWI German 9mm Naval Luger ammunition clip.................................$50.

Dutch, immediate post-WWII

AF.16. Box of 25 cartridges dated 7 46 and identified as Nederlandsche Politie 25 Pistoolpatronen voor stenguns, Kaliber: P. 9 mm Parab. (ogivaal ). Mint condition - steel jacket, brass shell................................................$28.


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