Sportsman Event
Listing ID#: 1607573

Auction Location

Hampton, VA 23669
Auction Dates and TimesSALE IS COMPLETED
Bidding Starts: Thursday Mar 28, 4:33 PM
Bidding Ends: Monday Apr 8, 7:00 PM
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Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC

Website: www.fredwilsonauction.com

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Listing Information
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499
  • ClickHERE to bid

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of Va.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

 

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AR-50 Bolt Action

 

The AR-50 is a precision bolt-action rifle manufactured by Armalite, a firearms company known for producing a variety of rifles, including the AR-15 platform. The AR-50 is designed primarily for long-range shooting and is often utilized in competitive shooting sports, long-range hunting, and tactical applications.

Here are some key features and specifications of the AR-50 rifle:

  1. Caliber: The AR-50 is chambered in .50 BMG (Browning Machine Gun), a powerful caliber commonly used in military and long-range shooting applications.
  2. Action: It features a bolt-action mechanism, which typically provides more precision and accuracy compared to semi-automatic or automatic actions.
  3. Barrel: The AR-50 is equipped with a heavy stainless steel barrel, usually around 31 inches in length. The long barrel helps optimize bullet velocity and accuracy over long distances.
  4. Stock: The rifle features a robust stock designed to handle the significant recoil generated by the .50 BMG round. It often includes features such as adjustable cheek rests and butt pads for customization and comfort.
  5. Trigger: The AR-50 is equipped with a precision trigger designed to provide a crisp and consistent pull, crucial for accurate long-range shooting.
  6. Sights and Optics: While some models may come with iron sights, the AR-50 is typically paired with high-quality telescopic sights or other optics to maximize its long-range capabilities.
  7. Weight: Due to its heavy-duty construction and large caliber, the AR-50 is a heavy rifle, often weighing around 30 pounds or more. This weight helps dampen recoil but can also make it less maneuverable compared to lighter rifles.
  8. Accuracy: The AR-50 is renowned for its exceptional accuracy, capable of consistently hitting targets at extreme distances, often well beyond 1,000 yards.
  9. Usage: The AR-50 is favored by long-range shooters, precision rifle competitors, and military or law enforcement units requiring a powerful and accurate rifle for specialized applications.

Overall, the AR-50 is a formidable long-range rifle known for its robust construction, exceptional accuracy, and ability to deliver precise shots at extreme distances. It's a specialized firearm designed for users who demand top-tier performance in long-range shooting scenarios.


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

11
Browning Recoiless Trap 12ga
The Browning Recoilless is a single shot trap style shotgun that was designed to make for a lessened recoil in shooting. This shotgun was not manufactured for very long and is a rare find. As a round was fired, a complicated system would send a reciprocating force forward to cancel out the felt recoil of the shooter. This does not completely eliminate the shock force of the 12-gauge round, however, it significantly lessens the transfer of energy into the shooter. While a complicated system, this makes for a great gun to train new shooters on

5
Browning Hi-Power 9mm (1972)
Vintage 1972 Browning Hi-Power.
The Browning Hi Power is one of the most widely used military pistols in history, for this classic military pistol has been used as a service pistol by more than 50 armies in 93 countries. The first country to adopt this pistol was the Belgian Army, who took the Browning P-35 as a service pistol in 1935. The Browning High Power is a single-action semi-automatic pistol that fires 9mm bullets. American gun inventor John Browning designed the foundations of the pistol, and its manufacture began after the designer's death at the Fabrique Nationale Herstal (abbreviated as FN) in Belgium in 1935. This pistol is still manufactured.

10
Kleinguenther K-22 .22 LR

The Kleinguenther K-22 is a rifle produced by the Kleinguenther Firearms Company. This rifle is chambered in .22 Long Rifle (LR) caliber. Kleinguenther Firearms was known for producing high-quality rifles, and the K-22 was one of their popular offerings.

The K-22 was praised for its accuracy and craftsmanship, making it a favorite among target shooters and small game hunters. Its design typically features a bolt-action mechanism for smooth operation and precise shooting.

While Kleinguenther Firearms is no longer in operation, their rifles, including the K-22, are still sought after by collectors and enthusiasts for their quality and performance.

Kleinguenther K-22 .22 LR caliber rifle. Rare .22 sporter model made for Kleingunther by Voere in Germany.

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J. G. Anschutz GmbH Ulm West Germany 22lr

J.G. Anschütz GmbH is a renowned firearms manufacturer based in Germany. It's known for producing high-quality rifles, including .22 LR (Long Rifle) rifles, among others. The company has a long history of crafting precision firearms and has earned a reputation for excellence in the shooting sports community.

The .22 LR caliber is one of the most popular choices for target shooting, plinking, and small game hunting due to its affordability and low recoil. Anschütz rifles chambered in .22 LR are often favored by competitive shooters for their accuracy and reliability.

This Anschutz has a custom sporting barrel and stock. The rifle has great balance and a light but crisp trigger.

7
Stoeger American Eagle Luger (Navy)

The Stoeger American Eagle Navy Luger is a reproduction of the iconic German Navy pistol used during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This semi-automatic pistol features a distinctive toggle-lock action, a characteristic of the original Luger design, providing a unique shooting experience. The American Eagle Navy Luger is chambered in 9mm, making it both historically accurate and practical for modern use. With its Stainless, walnut grips, and attention to detail, the Stoeger American Eagle Navy Luger is a faithful reproduction that pays homage to a classic firearm design.


1
Thompson Center Arms Contender 45 Colt
T/C Contender chambered in 45 Colt.

The Contender is a single-shot, single-action handgun with an exposed hammer. That hammer shows off a unique mechanism. It contains not one but two firing pins for use with both rimfire and centerfire barrels. Shooters can easily switch between the two. The action is actuated by pressing forward on the curved trigger-guard flare. A beefy hinge pin mates the barrel to the frame, with the only other attachment being the forend bolt, allowing for simple barrel – and caliber – swaps. 

2
Thompson Contender .357

Thompson Contender .357 with Scope rings. Pacmeyer forend


3
Thompson Contender 22lr

Thompson Contender 22lr with Scope rings.


4
Thompson Center Arms Contender 22lr
T/C Contender 22lr

The Contender is a single-shot, single-action handgun/rifle with an exposed hammer. That hammer shows off a unique mechanism. It contains not one but two firing pins for use with both rimfire and centerfire barrels. Shooters can easily switch between the two. The action is actuated by pressing forward on the curved trigger-guard flare. A beefy hinge pin mates the barrel to the frame, with the only other attachment being the forend bolt, allowing for simple barrel – and caliber – swaps. 

13
Universal M1 Carbine
In 1967 beginning with serial number 100,000 Universal Firearms implemented a major design change to the carbines they produced. The design had been patented by Universal and the majority of parts were no longer compatible with their GI counterparts. The design change was significant enough that the carbine it produced was no longer an "M1 Carbine". What makes a carbine an M1 Carbine is the use of the design and parts of the original U.S. M1 Carbine, as set forth by U.S. Army Ordnance in the 1940's and early 1950's. The Universal Carbine retained the overall outward appearance and ammunition of the U.S. M1 Carbine, but the internal design and parts were a hybrid replica of the M1 Carbine.

14
Stevens Model 311A 20ga
A very nice Model 311A Stevens shotgun in the rare 20 gauge. This Model 311A side-by-side shotgun has an excellent bore and wood all solid. Some case hardened color remains on the receiver and bluing covers almost all of the barrel surfaces. The Stevens logo is still clearly etched on the left receiver side. Front sight bead is intact and buttplate in very good condition. A really nice small upland bird (e.g., ruffed grouse, quail) gun as it swings well.

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Remington 700 22-250 REM

The Remington 700 chambered in .22-250 Remington is a popular bolt-action rifle choice among hunters and long-range shooters. The Remington 700 is renowned for its accuracy, reliability, and versatility.

The .22-250 Remington cartridge is a high-velocity, flat-shooting round primarily designed for varmint hunting and target shooting. It's known for its excellent accuracy and relatively low recoil, making it a favorite among precision shooters.

With the Remington 700 platform, shooters often appreciate its smooth bolt action, adjustable triggers, and ability to be easily customized with various aftermarket accessories such as stocks, barrels, and optics.

Overall, the combination of the Remington 700 rifle and the .22-250 Remington cartridge offers a potent setup for varmint hunting, target shooting, and even some medium-sized game hunting at moderate distances.

Remington 700 22-250 REM with Redfield Scope

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Browning Light Twelve 12 Ga
Firearms don’t get much more iconic than John Moses Browning’s legendary Auto-5 semi-auto shotgun, affectionately called the “Humpback” for its distinctive drop at the rear of the receiver. It’s often stated that Browning himself considered the design one of his “greatest” achievements.

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Remington XP-100 7MM BR REM

The Remington XP-100 is a unique firearm known for its design and purpose. Specifically, the Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington (7mm Bench Rest Remington) is a variant of this firearm.

Here are some key points about the Remington XP-100 7mm BR Rem:

  1. Design: The Remington XP-100 is a bolt-action, single-shot pistol. It features a compact design with a short barrel and a pistol grip stock, making it somewhat reminiscent of a miniature rifle. This design is intended to offer accuracy comparable to a rifle but in a pistol format.

  2. Chambering: The 7mm BR Remington cartridge is specifically designed for benchrest shooting, hence the "BR" designation. It's known for its accuracy and relatively mild recoil. The 7mm BR Remington cartridge typically features a high ballistic coefficient, making it suitable for long-range shooting.

  3. Accuracy: The combination of the XP-100's design and the accuracy of the 7mm BR Remington cartridge results in a pistol capable of excellent accuracy, particularly at longer ranges. It's popular among handgun hunters and competitive shooters alike for its precision.

  4. History: The Remington XP-100 was introduced in the early 1960s and gained popularity among handgun hunters and competitive shooters. Its unique design and accuracy made it a favorite for those who needed a portable yet accurate firearm. The 7mm BR Remington chambering was introduced later, offering even greater precision for target shooting and hunting.

  5. Uses: The Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington is primarily used for hunting and target shooting. It's particularly favored by those who hunt varmint or engage in precision shooting competitions. The pistol's compact size also makes it suitable for carrying in the field where a full-sized rifle might be cumbersome.

  6. Legacy: While the Remington XP-100 has been discontinued, it still enjoys a dedicated following among enthusiasts. Its innovative design and reputation for accuracy ensure its place in the history of firearms development.

Overall, the Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington is a specialized firearm prized for its accuracy and compact design, making it suitable for a variety of hunting and shooting applications.

High power, long-range bolt-action pistol for target shooting and hunting.
7mm BR Remington (1980-1985)


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LC. Smith Side by Side 12ga
Interesting old Shotgun with a Damascus Barrel.  Very few markings. LC Smith stamped on receiver.

The L.C. Smith shotgun is a classic American firearm known for its craftsmanship and reliability. Produced by the L.C. Smith Gun Company, which later merged with the Hunter Arms Company, these shotguns were manufactured from the late 19th century through the early to mid-20th century. The 12 gauge variant is one of the most common and popular sizes, suitable for a wide range of hunting and shooting purposes.

L.C. Smith shotguns are often prized by collectors and enthusiasts for their elegant design, solid construction, and smooth performance. 


6
aranzabal eibar espana revolver 32 long
This unique revolver made its way home after WW2. This Spanish revolver has unique markings and would be great in your collection.

19
Reproduction Flint Lock Rifle
Unkown Caliber, Great Shape
"Reproduction Flintlock Rifle" typically refers to modern-made replicas of historic flintlock rifles. Flintlock rifles were firearms that used a flint striking a steel to produce sparks which ignited the gunpowder in the weapon's flash pan, firing the rifle. They were prevalent from the 17th to the early 19th centuries, and they played a significant role in many historical events, including wars and the expansion of empires.

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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

8
Norinco 1911 A1 45 ACP
Norinco 1911A1 with a nickel finish. It has a full-size 5" barrel and chambered in the traditional .45 ACP cartridge.

The original case, 2-7 round magazines, and a cleaning rod are included.

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Leopold 12x Bench Rest Scope

The Leopold 12x scope is a type of rifle scope manufactured by Leupold & Stevens, Inc., a renowned American company known for producing high-quality optics. A 12x scope offers a magnification of 12 times, meaning that objects viewed through the scope appear 12 times closer than they actually are to the naked eye.

Here are some key features and aspects commonly associated with Leupold 24x scopes:

  1. Optical Quality: Leupold is known for its excellent optical quality. Their scopes often feature high-quality lenses, coatings, and craftsmanship to provide clear, sharp images with minimal distortion or aberration.
  2. Durability: Leupold scopes are built to withstand rugged conditions. They are often made from aircraft-grade aluminum or other durable materials and are designed to be shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.
  3. Adjustability: Most Leupold scopes offer adjustments for windage (horizontal adjustment) and elevation (vertical adjustment), allowing users to zero their rifles for precise shooting at different distances. These adjustments are often made using turrets located on the scope body.
  4. Reticle Options: Leupold offers a variety of reticle options for their scopes, including traditional crosshairs, mil-dot reticles, and other specialized reticle designs tailored for specific shooting applications such as long-range shooting or hunting.
  5. Application: A 12x magnification is typically used for long-range shooting applications such as benchrest shooting, target shooting, or varmint hunting where precise shot placement at extended distances is critical.
  6. Price: Leupold scopes are generally considered premium optics and may come with a higher price tag compared to some other brands. However, their reputation for quality and performance often justifies the investment for serious shooters and hunters.

It's worth noting that specific models and features may vary among Leupold 12x scopes, so it's essential to research and select the model that best suits your shooting needs and preferences. Additionally, as with any optic, proper mounting, zeroing, and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity.


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Weaver KT-6 Scope

The Weaver KT-6 is a vintage rifle scope produced by Weaver Optics, a renowned American manufacturer known for their high-quality optical. Here are some general characteristics and information about the Weaver KT-6:

  1. Magnification: The Weaver KT-6 is typically a fixed-power scope, meaning it has a single level of magnification. Fixed-power scopes are often simpler in design but can still offer excellent optical performance.
  2. Magnification Level: The magnification level of the KT-6 may vary depending on the specific model, but typically vintage fixed-power scopes like the KT-6 might have magnification levels ranging from 4x to 10x.
  3. Objective Lens Diameter: The objective lens diameter of the Weaver KT-6 likely falls in the range of 30mm to 40mm. This diameter determines how much light the scope can gather, affecting brightness and image clarity.
  4. Tube Diameter: The tube diameter of the KT-6 is likely 1 inch, which is a common size for many rifle scopes.
  5. Reticle: The reticle is the aiming point within the scope. The Weaver KT-6 might feature a traditional crosshair reticle or other variations depending on the specific model.
  6. Construction: Weaver scopes are typically known for their rugged construction. The KT-6 likely features a durable aluminum housing that is both shockproof and waterproof, ensuring reliability in various weather conditions and shooting environments.
  7. Adjustments: The KT-6 probably offers windage and elevation adjustments to zero the scope with the rifle and compensate for bullet drop and wind drift.
  8. Vintage Status: As a vintage scope, the Weaver KT-6 may have been manufactured several decades ago. While it may lack some of the modern features found in contemporary scopes, it could still offer excellent optical performance and hold significant value to collectors or enthusiasts of vintage firearms and optics.

Keep in mind that specific details about the Weaver KT-6 may vary depending on the model and production year. 


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Leopold 12x Bench Rest Scope

The Leopold 12x scope is a type of rifle scope manufactured by Leupold & Stevens, Inc., a renowned American company known for producing high-quality optics. A 12x scope offers a magnification of 12 times, meaning that objects viewed through the scope appear 12 times closer than they actually are to the naked eye.

Here are some key features and aspects commonly associated with Leupold 24x scopes:

 

  1. Optical Quality: Leupold is known for its excellent optical quality. Their scopes often feature high-quality lenses, coatings, and craftsmanship to provide clear, sharp images with minimal distortion or aberration.
  2. Durability: Leupold scopes are built to withstand rugged conditions. They are often made from aircraft-grade aluminum or other durable materials and are designed to be shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.
  3. Adjustability: Most Leupold scopes offer adjustments for windage (horizontal adjustment) and elevation (vertical adjustment), allowing users to zero their rifles for precise shooting at different distances. These adjustments are often made using turrets located on the scope body.
  4. Reticle Options: Leupold offers a variety of reticle options for their scopes, including traditional crosshairs, mil-dot reticles, and other specialized reticle designs tailored for specific shooting applications such as long-range shooting or hunting.
  5. Application: A 12x magnification is typically used for long-range shooting applications such as benchrest shooting, target shooting, or varmint hunting where precise shot placement at extended distances is critical.
  6. Price: Leupold scopes are generally considered premium optics and may come with a higher price tag compared to some other brands. However, their reputation for quality and performance often justifies the investment for serious shooters and hunters.

It's worth noting that specific models and features may vary among Leupold 12x scopes, so it's essential to research and select the model that best suits your shooting needs and preferences. Additionally, as with any optic, proper mounting, zeroing, and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity.


23
Thompson Contender 22WMR

T/C 10in 22 WMR barrel. Octagon/Drilled and tapped for scope base.


24
Bausch & Lomb DT 2501 Spotting Scope

The Bausch & Lomb DT 2501 is a spotting scope manufactured by Bausch & Lomb, a well-known company in the optics industry. Spotting scopes are commonly used for activities such as birdwatching, hunting, and astronomy, allowing users to view distant objects with clarity and detail.


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Thompson Contender barrel 22LR “Super 14”

Thompson Contender barrel 22LR “Super 14”

with scope base and rings.


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Thompson Contender 44Mag Barrel

Thompson Contender 44Mag Barrel. Ribbed barrel with sights.


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Thompson Contender barrel 22 LR

Thompson contender barrel 22 LR. Octagon cut some rusting.


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Thompson contender barrel 32 H&R mag

Thompson contender barrel 32 H&R mag. 10in drilled and tapped for front and rear sights.


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Holsters

Two holsters, Leather US stamped and an Uncle Mikes Nylon.


30
Herrells Adjustable Grip

Herrells Adjustable Grip


31
Thompson Contender Pistol Grip/ Forend

Wood T/C Contender Pistol Furniture


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Thompson Contender

T/C Wood Furniture


33
20ga Dove and Quail Unknown quantity

20ga Dove and Qual


34
20ga Super X

Unknown Quantity 20ga Super X 


35
20ga ACTIV Dove and Target Load

20ga ACTIV Dove and Target Load


36
misc 20Ga

Misc 20ga


37
Weaver Mounts

Weaver Mounts and Scope rings


38
Scope Turrets

Bullet Drop Turrets


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Misc Thompson Contender Sights

Misc Thompson Contender Sights


40
Cleaning Rod & Patches for AR-50
Cleaning Rod & Patches for AR-50

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Misc Scope Mounts

Misc Scope Mounts


43
Thompson Contender Sights

Thompson Contender Sights


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Scope Base

Scope Base


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Shotgun shooting Box

Shotgun shooting Box


103
Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.
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Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of Va.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

 

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AR-50 Bolt Action

 

The AR-50 is a precision bolt-action rifle manufactured by Armalite, a firearms company known for producing a variety of rifles, including the AR-15 platform. The AR-50 is designed primarily for long-range shooting and is often utilized in competitive shooting sports, long-range hunting, and tactical applications.

Here are some key features and specifications of the AR-50 rifle:

  1. Caliber: The AR-50 is chambered in .50 BMG (Browning Machine Gun), a powerful caliber commonly used in military and long-range shooting applications.
  2. Action: It features a bolt-action mechanism, which typically provides more precision and accuracy compared to semi-automatic or automatic actions.
  3. Barrel: The AR-50 is equipped with a heavy stainless steel barrel, usually around 31 inches in length. The long barrel helps optimize bullet velocity and accuracy over long distances.
  4. Stock: The rifle features a robust stock designed to handle the significant recoil generated by the .50 BMG round. It often includes features such as adjustable cheek rests and butt pads for customization and comfort.
  5. Trigger: The AR-50 is equipped with a precision trigger designed to provide a crisp and consistent pull, crucial for accurate long-range shooting.
  6. Sights and Optics: While some models may come with iron sights, the AR-50 is typically paired with high-quality telescopic sights or other optics to maximize its long-range capabilities.
  7. Weight: Due to its heavy-duty construction and large caliber, the AR-50 is a heavy rifle, often weighing around 30 pounds or more. This weight helps dampen recoil but can also make it less maneuverable compared to lighter rifles.
  8. Accuracy: The AR-50 is renowned for its exceptional accuracy, capable of consistently hitting targets at extreme distances, often well beyond 1,000 yards.
  9. Usage: The AR-50 is favored by long-range shooters, precision rifle competitors, and military or law enforcement units requiring a powerful and accurate rifle for specialized applications.

Overall, the AR-50 is a formidable long-range rifle known for its robust construction, exceptional accuracy, and ability to deliver precise shots at extreme distances. It's a specialized firearm designed for users who demand top-tier performance in long-range shooting scenarios.


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Browning Recoiless Trap 12ga
The Browning Recoilless is a single shot trap style shotgun that was designed to make for a lessened recoil in shooting. This shotgun was not manufactured for very long and is a rare find. As a round was fired, a complicated system would send a reciprocating force forward to cancel out the felt recoil of the shooter. This does not completely eliminate the shock force of the 12-gauge round, however, it significantly lessens the transfer of energy into the shooter. While a complicated system, this makes for a great gun to train new shooters on

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Browning Hi-Power 9mm (1972)
Vintage 1972 Browning Hi-Power.
The Browning Hi Power is one of the most widely used military pistols in history, for this classic military pistol has been used as a service pistol by more than 50 armies in 93 countries. The first country to adopt this pistol was the Belgian Army, who took the Browning P-35 as a service pistol in 1935. The Browning High Power is a single-action semi-automatic pistol that fires 9mm bullets. American gun inventor John Browning designed the foundations of the pistol, and its manufacture began after the designer's death at the Fabrique Nationale Herstal (abbreviated as FN) in Belgium in 1935. This pistol is still manufactured.

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Kleinguenther K-22 .22 LR

The Kleinguenther K-22 is a rifle produced by the Kleinguenther Firearms Company. This rifle is chambered in .22 Long Rifle (LR) caliber. Kleinguenther Firearms was known for producing high-quality rifles, and the K-22 was one of their popular offerings.

The K-22 was praised for its accuracy and craftsmanship, making it a favorite among target shooters and small game hunters. Its design typically features a bolt-action mechanism for smooth operation and precise shooting.

While Kleinguenther Firearms is no longer in operation, their rifles, including the K-22, are still sought after by collectors and enthusiasts for their quality and performance.

Kleinguenther K-22 .22 LR caliber rifle. Rare .22 sporter model made for Kleingunther by Voere in Germany.

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J. G. Anschutz GmbH Ulm West Germany 22lr

J.G. Anschütz GmbH is a renowned firearms manufacturer based in Germany. It's known for producing high-quality rifles, including .22 LR (Long Rifle) rifles, among others. The company has a long history of crafting precision firearms and has earned a reputation for excellence in the shooting sports community.

The .22 LR caliber is one of the most popular choices for target shooting, plinking, and small game hunting due to its affordability and low recoil. Anschütz rifles chambered in .22 LR are often favored by competitive shooters for their accuracy and reliability.

This Anschutz has a custom sporting barrel and stock. The rifle has great balance and a light but crisp trigger.

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Stoeger American Eagle Luger (Navy)

The Stoeger American Eagle Navy Luger is a reproduction of the iconic German Navy pistol used during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This semi-automatic pistol features a distinctive toggle-lock action, a characteristic of the original Luger design, providing a unique shooting experience. The American Eagle Navy Luger is chambered in 9mm, making it both historically accurate and practical for modern use. With its Stainless, walnut grips, and attention to detail, the Stoeger American Eagle Navy Luger is a faithful reproduction that pays homage to a classic firearm design.


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Thompson Center Arms Contender 45 Colt
T/C Contender chambered in 45 Colt.

The Contender is a single-shot, single-action handgun with an exposed hammer. That hammer shows off a unique mechanism. It contains not one but two firing pins for use with both rimfire and centerfire barrels. Shooters can easily switch between the two. The action is actuated by pressing forward on the curved trigger-guard flare. A beefy hinge pin mates the barrel to the frame, with the only other attachment being the forend bolt, allowing for simple barrel – and caliber – swaps. 

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Thompson Contender .357

Thompson Contender .357 with Scope rings. Pacmeyer forend


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Thompson Contender 22lr

Thompson Contender 22lr with Scope rings.


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Thompson Center Arms Contender 22lr
T/C Contender 22lr

The Contender is a single-shot, single-action handgun/rifle with an exposed hammer. That hammer shows off a unique mechanism. It contains not one but two firing pins for use with both rimfire and centerfire barrels. Shooters can easily switch between the two. The action is actuated by pressing forward on the curved trigger-guard flare. A beefy hinge pin mates the barrel to the frame, with the only other attachment being the forend bolt, allowing for simple barrel – and caliber – swaps. 

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Universal M1 Carbine
In 1967 beginning with serial number 100,000 Universal Firearms implemented a major design change to the carbines they produced. The design had been patented by Universal and the majority of parts were no longer compatible with their GI counterparts. The design change was significant enough that the carbine it produced was no longer an "M1 Carbine". What makes a carbine an M1 Carbine is the use of the design and parts of the original U.S. M1 Carbine, as set forth by U.S. Army Ordnance in the 1940's and early 1950's. The Universal Carbine retained the overall outward appearance and ammunition of the U.S. M1 Carbine, but the internal design and parts were a hybrid replica of the M1 Carbine.

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Stevens Model 311A 20ga
A very nice Model 311A Stevens shotgun in the rare 20 gauge. This Model 311A side-by-side shotgun has an excellent bore and wood all solid. Some case hardened color remains on the receiver and bluing covers almost all of the barrel surfaces. The Stevens logo is still clearly etched on the left receiver side. Front sight bead is intact and buttplate in very good condition. A really nice small upland bird (e.g., ruffed grouse, quail) gun as it swings well.

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Remington 700 22-250 REM

The Remington 700 chambered in .22-250 Remington is a popular bolt-action rifle choice among hunters and long-range shooters. The Remington 700 is renowned for its accuracy, reliability, and versatility.

The .22-250 Remington cartridge is a high-velocity, flat-shooting round primarily designed for varmint hunting and target shooting. It's known for its excellent accuracy and relatively low recoil, making it a favorite among precision shooters.

With the Remington 700 platform, shooters often appreciate its smooth bolt action, adjustable triggers, and ability to be easily customized with various aftermarket accessories such as stocks, barrels, and optics.

Overall, the combination of the Remington 700 rifle and the .22-250 Remington cartridge offers a potent setup for varmint hunting, target shooting, and even some medium-sized game hunting at moderate distances.

Remington 700 22-250 REM with Redfield Scope

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Browning Light Twelve 12 Ga
Firearms don’t get much more iconic than John Moses Browning’s legendary Auto-5 semi-auto shotgun, affectionately called the “Humpback” for its distinctive drop at the rear of the receiver. It’s often stated that Browning himself considered the design one of his “greatest” achievements.

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Remington XP-100 7MM BR REM

The Remington XP-100 is a unique firearm known for its design and purpose. Specifically, the Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington (7mm Bench Rest Remington) is a variant of this firearm.

Here are some key points about the Remington XP-100 7mm BR Rem:

  1. Design: The Remington XP-100 is a bolt-action, single-shot pistol. It features a compact design with a short barrel and a pistol grip stock, making it somewhat reminiscent of a miniature rifle. This design is intended to offer accuracy comparable to a rifle but in a pistol format.

  2. Chambering: The 7mm BR Remington cartridge is specifically designed for benchrest shooting, hence the "BR" designation. It's known for its accuracy and relatively mild recoil. The 7mm BR Remington cartridge typically features a high ballistic coefficient, making it suitable for long-range shooting.

  3. Accuracy: The combination of the XP-100's design and the accuracy of the 7mm BR Remington cartridge results in a pistol capable of excellent accuracy, particularly at longer ranges. It's popular among handgun hunters and competitive shooters alike for its precision.

  4. History: The Remington XP-100 was introduced in the early 1960s and gained popularity among handgun hunters and competitive shooters. Its unique design and accuracy made it a favorite for those who needed a portable yet accurate firearm. The 7mm BR Remington chambering was introduced later, offering even greater precision for target shooting and hunting.

  5. Uses: The Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington is primarily used for hunting and target shooting. It's particularly favored by those who hunt varmint or engage in precision shooting competitions. The pistol's compact size also makes it suitable for carrying in the field where a full-sized rifle might be cumbersome.

  6. Legacy: While the Remington XP-100 has been discontinued, it still enjoys a dedicated following among enthusiasts. Its innovative design and reputation for accuracy ensure its place in the history of firearms development.

Overall, the Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington is a specialized firearm prized for its accuracy and compact design, making it suitable for a variety of hunting and shooting applications.

High power, long-range bolt-action pistol for target shooting and hunting.
7mm BR Remington (1980-1985)


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LC. Smith Side by Side 12ga
Interesting old Shotgun with a Damascus Barrel.  Very few markings. LC Smith stamped on receiver.

The L.C. Smith shotgun is a classic American firearm known for its craftsmanship and reliability. Produced by the L.C. Smith Gun Company, which later merged with the Hunter Arms Company, these shotguns were manufactured from the late 19th century through the early to mid-20th century. The 12 gauge variant is one of the most common and popular sizes, suitable for a wide range of hunting and shooting purposes.

L.C. Smith shotguns are often prized by collectors and enthusiasts for their elegant design, solid construction, and smooth performance. 


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aranzabal eibar espana revolver 32 long
This unique revolver made its way home after WW2. This Spanish revolver has unique markings and would be great in your collection.

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Reproduction Flint Lock Rifle
Unkown Caliber, Great Shape
"Reproduction Flintlock Rifle" typically refers to modern-made replicas of historic flintlock rifles. Flintlock rifles were firearms that used a flint striking a steel to produce sparks which ignited the gunpowder in the weapon's flash pan, firing the rifle. They were prevalent from the 17th to the early 19th centuries, and they played a significant role in many historical events, including wars and the expansion of empires.

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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Norinco 1911 A1 45 ACP
Norinco 1911A1 with a nickel finish. It has a full-size 5" barrel and chambered in the traditional .45 ACP cartridge.

The original case, 2-7 round magazines, and a cleaning rod are included.

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Leopold 12x Bench Rest Scope

The Leopold 12x scope is a type of rifle scope manufactured by Leupold & Stevens, Inc., a renowned American company known for producing high-quality optics. A 12x scope offers a magnification of 12 times, meaning that objects viewed through the scope appear 12 times closer than they actually are to the naked eye.

Here are some key features and aspects commonly associated with Leupold 24x scopes:

  1. Optical Quality: Leupold is known for its excellent optical quality. Their scopes often feature high-quality lenses, coatings, and craftsmanship to provide clear, sharp images with minimal distortion or aberration.
  2. Durability: Leupold scopes are built to withstand rugged conditions. They are often made from aircraft-grade aluminum or other durable materials and are designed to be shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.
  3. Adjustability: Most Leupold scopes offer adjustments for windage (horizontal adjustment) and elevation (vertical adjustment), allowing users to zero their rifles for precise shooting at different distances. These adjustments are often made using turrets located on the scope body.
  4. Reticle Options: Leupold offers a variety of reticle options for their scopes, including traditional crosshairs, mil-dot reticles, and other specialized reticle designs tailored for specific shooting applications such as long-range shooting or hunting.
  5. Application: A 12x magnification is typically used for long-range shooting applications such as benchrest shooting, target shooting, or varmint hunting where precise shot placement at extended distances is critical.
  6. Price: Leupold scopes are generally considered premium optics and may come with a higher price tag compared to some other brands. However, their reputation for quality and performance often justifies the investment for serious shooters and hunters.

It's worth noting that specific models and features may vary among Leupold 12x scopes, so it's essential to research and select the model that best suits your shooting needs and preferences. Additionally, as with any optic, proper mounting, zeroing, and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity.


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Weaver KT-6 Scope

The Weaver KT-6 is a vintage rifle scope produced by Weaver Optics, a renowned American manufacturer known for their high-quality optical. Here are some general characteristics and information about the Weaver KT-6:

  1. Magnification: The Weaver KT-6 is typically a fixed-power scope, meaning it has a single level of magnification. Fixed-power scopes are often simpler in design but can still offer excellent optical performance.
  2. Magnification Level: The magnification level of the KT-6 may vary depending on the specific model, but typically vintage fixed-power scopes like the KT-6 might have magnification levels ranging from 4x to 10x.
  3. Objective Lens Diameter: The objective lens diameter of the Weaver KT-6 likely falls in the range of 30mm to 40mm. This diameter determines how much light the scope can gather, affecting brightness and image clarity.
  4. Tube Diameter: The tube diameter of the KT-6 is likely 1 inch, which is a common size for many rifle scopes.
  5. Reticle: The reticle is the aiming point within the scope. The Weaver KT-6 might feature a traditional crosshair reticle or other variations depending on the specific model.
  6. Construction: Weaver scopes are typically known for their rugged construction. The KT-6 likely features a durable aluminum housing that is both shockproof and waterproof, ensuring reliability in various weather conditions and shooting environments.
  7. Adjustments: The KT-6 probably offers windage and elevation adjustments to zero the scope with the rifle and compensate for bullet drop and wind drift.
  8. Vintage Status: As a vintage scope, the Weaver KT-6 may have been manufactured several decades ago. While it may lack some of the modern features found in contemporary scopes, it could still offer excellent optical performance and hold significant value to collectors or enthusiasts of vintage firearms and optics.

Keep in mind that specific details about the Weaver KT-6 may vary depending on the model and production year. 


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Leopold 12x Bench Rest Scope

The Leopold 12x scope is a type of rifle scope manufactured by Leupold & Stevens, Inc., a renowned American company known for producing high-quality optics. A 12x scope offers a magnification of 12 times, meaning that objects viewed through the scope appear 12 times closer than they actually are to the naked eye.

Here are some key features and aspects commonly associated with Leupold 24x scopes:

 

  1. Optical Quality: Leupold is known for its excellent optical quality. Their scopes often feature high-quality lenses, coatings, and craftsmanship to provide clear, sharp images with minimal distortion or aberration.
  2. Durability: Leupold scopes are built to withstand rugged conditions. They are often made from aircraft-grade aluminum or other durable materials and are designed to be shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.
  3. Adjustability: Most Leupold scopes offer adjustments for windage (horizontal adjustment) and elevation (vertical adjustment), allowing users to zero their rifles for precise shooting at different distances. These adjustments are often made using turrets located on the scope body.
  4. Reticle Options: Leupold offers a variety of reticle options for their scopes, including traditional crosshairs, mil-dot reticles, and other specialized reticle designs tailored for specific shooting applications such as long-range shooting or hunting.
  5. Application: A 12x magnification is typically used for long-range shooting applications such as benchrest shooting, target shooting, or varmint hunting where precise shot placement at extended distances is critical.
  6. Price: Leupold scopes are generally considered premium optics and may come with a higher price tag compared to some other brands. However, their reputation for quality and performance often justifies the investment for serious shooters and hunters.

It's worth noting that specific models and features may vary among Leupold 12x scopes, so it's essential to research and select the model that best suits your shooting needs and preferences. Additionally, as with any optic, proper mounting, zeroing, and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity.


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Thompson Contender 22WMR

T/C 10in 22 WMR barrel. Octagon/Drilled and tapped for scope base.


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Bausch & Lomb DT 2501 Spotting Scope

The Bausch & Lomb DT 2501 is a spotting scope manufactured by Bausch & Lomb, a well-known company in the optics industry. Spotting scopes are commonly used for activities such as birdwatching, hunting, and astronomy, allowing users to view distant objects with clarity and detail.


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Thompson Contender barrel 22LR “Super 14”

Thompson Contender barrel 22LR “Super 14”

with scope base and rings.


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Thompson Contender 44Mag Barrel

Thompson Contender 44Mag Barrel. Ribbed barrel with sights.


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Thompson Contender barrel 22 LR

Thompson contender barrel 22 LR. Octagon cut some rusting.


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Thompson contender barrel 32 H&R mag

Thompson contender barrel 32 H&R mag. 10in drilled and tapped for front and rear sights.


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Holsters

Two holsters, Leather US stamped and an Uncle Mikes Nylon.


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Herrells Adjustable Grip

Herrells Adjustable Grip


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Thompson Contender Pistol Grip/ Forend

Wood T/C Contender Pistol Furniture


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Thompson Contender

T/C Wood Furniture


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20ga Dove and Quail Unknown quantity

20ga Dove and Qual


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20ga Super X

Unknown Quantity 20ga Super X 


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20ga ACTIV Dove and Target Load

20ga ACTIV Dove and Target Load


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misc 20Ga

Misc 20ga


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Weaver Mounts

Weaver Mounts and Scope rings


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Scope Turrets

Bullet Drop Turrets


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Misc Thompson Contender Sights

Misc Thompson Contender Sights


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Cleaning Rod & Patches for AR-50
Cleaning Rod & Patches for AR-50

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Misc Scope Mounts

Misc Scope Mounts


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Thompson Contender Sights

Thompson Contender Sights


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Scope Base

Scope Base


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Shotgun shooting Box

Shotgun shooting Box


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Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.
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Auction Date(s)
Bidding Starts: Thursday Mar 28 , 4:33 PM
Bidding Ends: Monday Apr 8 , 7:00 PM
Auction Location

Hampton, VA 23669
Company
Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC

Website: www.fredwilsonauction.com

Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499
  • ClickHERE to bid

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of Va.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

 

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AR-50 Bolt Action

 

The AR-50 is a precision bolt-action rifle manufactured by Armalite, a firearms company known for producing a variety of rifles, including the AR-15 platform. The AR-50 is designed primarily for long-range shooting and is often utilized in competitive shooting sports, long-range hunting, and tactical applications.

Here are some key features and specifications of the AR-50 rifle:

  1. Caliber: The AR-50 is chambered in .50 BMG (Browning Machine Gun), a powerful caliber commonly used in military and long-range shooting applications.
  2. Action: It features a bolt-action mechanism, which typically provides more precision and accuracy compared to semi-automatic or automatic actions.
  3. Barrel: The AR-50 is equipped with a heavy stainless steel barrel, usually around 31 inches in length. The long barrel helps optimize bullet velocity and accuracy over long distances.
  4. Stock: The rifle features a robust stock designed to handle the significant recoil generated by the .50 BMG round. It often includes features such as adjustable cheek rests and butt pads for customization and comfort.
  5. Trigger: The AR-50 is equipped with a precision trigger designed to provide a crisp and consistent pull, crucial for accurate long-range shooting.
  6. Sights and Optics: While some models may come with iron sights, the AR-50 is typically paired with high-quality telescopic sights or other optics to maximize its long-range capabilities.
  7. Weight: Due to its heavy-duty construction and large caliber, the AR-50 is a heavy rifle, often weighing around 30 pounds or more. This weight helps dampen recoil but can also make it less maneuverable compared to lighter rifles.
  8. Accuracy: The AR-50 is renowned for its exceptional accuracy, capable of consistently hitting targets at extreme distances, often well beyond 1,000 yards.
  9. Usage: The AR-50 is favored by long-range shooters, precision rifle competitors, and military or law enforcement units requiring a powerful and accurate rifle for specialized applications.

Overall, the AR-50 is a formidable long-range rifle known for its robust construction, exceptional accuracy, and ability to deliver precise shots at extreme distances. It's a specialized firearm designed for users who demand top-tier performance in long-range shooting scenarios.


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Browning Recoiless Trap 12ga
The Browning Recoilless is a single shot trap style shotgun that was designed to make for a lessened recoil in shooting. This shotgun was not manufactured for very long and is a rare find. As a round was fired, a complicated system would send a reciprocating force forward to cancel out the felt recoil of the shooter. This does not completely eliminate the shock force of the 12-gauge round, however, it significantly lessens the transfer of energy into the shooter. While a complicated system, this makes for a great gun to train new shooters on

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Browning Hi-Power 9mm (1972)
Vintage 1972 Browning Hi-Power.
The Browning Hi Power is one of the most widely used military pistols in history, for this classic military pistol has been used as a service pistol by more than 50 armies in 93 countries. The first country to adopt this pistol was the Belgian Army, who took the Browning P-35 as a service pistol in 1935. The Browning High Power is a single-action semi-automatic pistol that fires 9mm bullets. American gun inventor John Browning designed the foundations of the pistol, and its manufacture began after the designer's death at the Fabrique Nationale Herstal (abbreviated as FN) in Belgium in 1935. This pistol is still manufactured.

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Kleinguenther K-22 .22 LR

The Kleinguenther K-22 is a rifle produced by the Kleinguenther Firearms Company. This rifle is chambered in .22 Long Rifle (LR) caliber. Kleinguenther Firearms was known for producing high-quality rifles, and the K-22 was one of their popular offerings.

The K-22 was praised for its accuracy and craftsmanship, making it a favorite among target shooters and small game hunters. Its design typically features a bolt-action mechanism for smooth operation and precise shooting.

While Kleinguenther Firearms is no longer in operation, their rifles, including the K-22, are still sought after by collectors and enthusiasts for their quality and performance.

Kleinguenther K-22 .22 LR caliber rifle. Rare .22 sporter model made for Kleingunther by Voere in Germany.

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J. G. Anschutz GmbH Ulm West Germany 22lr

J.G. Anschütz GmbH is a renowned firearms manufacturer based in Germany. It's known for producing high-quality rifles, including .22 LR (Long Rifle) rifles, among others. The company has a long history of crafting precision firearms and has earned a reputation for excellence in the shooting sports community.

The .22 LR caliber is one of the most popular choices for target shooting, plinking, and small game hunting due to its affordability and low recoil. Anschütz rifles chambered in .22 LR are often favored by competitive shooters for their accuracy and reliability.

This Anschutz has a custom sporting barrel and stock. The rifle has great balance and a light but crisp trigger.

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Stoeger American Eagle Luger (Navy)

The Stoeger American Eagle Navy Luger is a reproduction of the iconic German Navy pistol used during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This semi-automatic pistol features a distinctive toggle-lock action, a characteristic of the original Luger design, providing a unique shooting experience. The American Eagle Navy Luger is chambered in 9mm, making it both historically accurate and practical for modern use. With its Stainless, walnut grips, and attention to detail, the Stoeger American Eagle Navy Luger is a faithful reproduction that pays homage to a classic firearm design.


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Thompson Center Arms Contender 45 Colt
T/C Contender chambered in 45 Colt.

The Contender is a single-shot, single-action handgun with an exposed hammer. That hammer shows off a unique mechanism. It contains not one but two firing pins for use with both rimfire and centerfire barrels. Shooters can easily switch between the two. The action is actuated by pressing forward on the curved trigger-guard flare. A beefy hinge pin mates the barrel to the frame, with the only other attachment being the forend bolt, allowing for simple barrel – and caliber – swaps. 

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Thompson Contender .357

Thompson Contender .357 with Scope rings. Pacmeyer forend


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Thompson Contender 22lr

Thompson Contender 22lr with Scope rings.


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Thompson Center Arms Contender 22lr
T/C Contender 22lr

The Contender is a single-shot, single-action handgun/rifle with an exposed hammer. That hammer shows off a unique mechanism. It contains not one but two firing pins for use with both rimfire and centerfire barrels. Shooters can easily switch between the two. The action is actuated by pressing forward on the curved trigger-guard flare. A beefy hinge pin mates the barrel to the frame, with the only other attachment being the forend bolt, allowing for simple barrel – and caliber – swaps. 

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Universal M1 Carbine
In 1967 beginning with serial number 100,000 Universal Firearms implemented a major design change to the carbines they produced. The design had been patented by Universal and the majority of parts were no longer compatible with their GI counterparts. The design change was significant enough that the carbine it produced was no longer an "M1 Carbine". What makes a carbine an M1 Carbine is the use of the design and parts of the original U.S. M1 Carbine, as set forth by U.S. Army Ordnance in the 1940's and early 1950's. The Universal Carbine retained the overall outward appearance and ammunition of the U.S. M1 Carbine, but the internal design and parts were a hybrid replica of the M1 Carbine.

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Stevens Model 311A 20ga
A very nice Model 311A Stevens shotgun in the rare 20 gauge. This Model 311A side-by-side shotgun has an excellent bore and wood all solid. Some case hardened color remains on the receiver and bluing covers almost all of the barrel surfaces. The Stevens logo is still clearly etched on the left receiver side. Front sight bead is intact and buttplate in very good condition. A really nice small upland bird (e.g., ruffed grouse, quail) gun as it swings well.

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Remington 700 22-250 REM

The Remington 700 chambered in .22-250 Remington is a popular bolt-action rifle choice among hunters and long-range shooters. The Remington 700 is renowned for its accuracy, reliability, and versatility.

The .22-250 Remington cartridge is a high-velocity, flat-shooting round primarily designed for varmint hunting and target shooting. It's known for its excellent accuracy and relatively low recoil, making it a favorite among precision shooters.

With the Remington 700 platform, shooters often appreciate its smooth bolt action, adjustable triggers, and ability to be easily customized with various aftermarket accessories such as stocks, barrels, and optics.

Overall, the combination of the Remington 700 rifle and the .22-250 Remington cartridge offers a potent setup for varmint hunting, target shooting, and even some medium-sized game hunting at moderate distances.

Remington 700 22-250 REM with Redfield Scope

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Browning Light Twelve 12 Ga
Firearms don’t get much more iconic than John Moses Browning’s legendary Auto-5 semi-auto shotgun, affectionately called the “Humpback” for its distinctive drop at the rear of the receiver. It’s often stated that Browning himself considered the design one of his “greatest” achievements.

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Remington XP-100 7MM BR REM

The Remington XP-100 is a unique firearm known for its design and purpose. Specifically, the Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington (7mm Bench Rest Remington) is a variant of this firearm.

Here are some key points about the Remington XP-100 7mm BR Rem:

  1. Design: The Remington XP-100 is a bolt-action, single-shot pistol. It features a compact design with a short barrel and a pistol grip stock, making it somewhat reminiscent of a miniature rifle. This design is intended to offer accuracy comparable to a rifle but in a pistol format.

  2. Chambering: The 7mm BR Remington cartridge is specifically designed for benchrest shooting, hence the "BR" designation. It's known for its accuracy and relatively mild recoil. The 7mm BR Remington cartridge typically features a high ballistic coefficient, making it suitable for long-range shooting.

  3. Accuracy: The combination of the XP-100's design and the accuracy of the 7mm BR Remington cartridge results in a pistol capable of excellent accuracy, particularly at longer ranges. It's popular among handgun hunters and competitive shooters alike for its precision.

  4. History: The Remington XP-100 was introduced in the early 1960s and gained popularity among handgun hunters and competitive shooters. Its unique design and accuracy made it a favorite for those who needed a portable yet accurate firearm. The 7mm BR Remington chambering was introduced later, offering even greater precision for target shooting and hunting.

  5. Uses: The Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington is primarily used for hunting and target shooting. It's particularly favored by those who hunt varmint or engage in precision shooting competitions. The pistol's compact size also makes it suitable for carrying in the field where a full-sized rifle might be cumbersome.

  6. Legacy: While the Remington XP-100 has been discontinued, it still enjoys a dedicated following among enthusiasts. Its innovative design and reputation for accuracy ensure its place in the history of firearms development.

Overall, the Remington XP-100 chambered in 7mm BR Remington is a specialized firearm prized for its accuracy and compact design, making it suitable for a variety of hunting and shooting applications.

High power, long-range bolt-action pistol for target shooting and hunting.
7mm BR Remington (1980-1985)


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LC. Smith Side by Side 12ga
Interesting old Shotgun with a Damascus Barrel.  Very few markings. LC Smith stamped on receiver.

The L.C. Smith shotgun is a classic American firearm known for its craftsmanship and reliability. Produced by the L.C. Smith Gun Company, which later merged with the Hunter Arms Company, these shotguns were manufactured from the late 19th century through the early to mid-20th century. The 12 gauge variant is one of the most common and popular sizes, suitable for a wide range of hunting and shooting purposes.

L.C. Smith shotguns are often prized by collectors and enthusiasts for their elegant design, solid construction, and smooth performance. 


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aranzabal eibar espana revolver 32 long
This unique revolver made its way home after WW2. This Spanish revolver has unique markings and would be great in your collection.

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Reproduction Flint Lock Rifle
Unkown Caliber, Great Shape
"Reproduction Flintlock Rifle" typically refers to modern-made replicas of historic flintlock rifles. Flintlock rifles were firearms that used a flint striking a steel to produce sparks which ignited the gunpowder in the weapon's flash pan, firing the rifle. They were prevalent from the 17th to the early 19th centuries, and they played a significant role in many historical events, including wars and the expansion of empires.

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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Norinco 1911 A1 45 ACP
Norinco 1911A1 with a nickel finish. It has a full-size 5" barrel and chambered in the traditional .45 ACP cartridge.

The original case, 2-7 round magazines, and a cleaning rod are included.

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Leopold 12x Bench Rest Scope

The Leopold 12x scope is a type of rifle scope manufactured by Leupold & Stevens, Inc., a renowned American company known for producing high-quality optics. A 12x scope offers a magnification of 12 times, meaning that objects viewed through the scope appear 12 times closer than they actually are to the naked eye.

Here are some key features and aspects commonly associated with Leupold 24x scopes:

  1. Optical Quality: Leupold is known for its excellent optical quality. Their scopes often feature high-quality lenses, coatings, and craftsmanship to provide clear, sharp images with minimal distortion or aberration.
  2. Durability: Leupold scopes are built to withstand rugged conditions. They are often made from aircraft-grade aluminum or other durable materials and are designed to be shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.
  3. Adjustability: Most Leupold scopes offer adjustments for windage (horizontal adjustment) and elevation (vertical adjustment), allowing users to zero their rifles for precise shooting at different distances. These adjustments are often made using turrets located on the scope body.
  4. Reticle Options: Leupold offers a variety of reticle options for their scopes, including traditional crosshairs, mil-dot reticles, and other specialized reticle designs tailored for specific shooting applications such as long-range shooting or hunting.
  5. Application: A 12x magnification is typically used for long-range shooting applications such as benchrest shooting, target shooting, or varmint hunting where precise shot placement at extended distances is critical.
  6. Price: Leupold scopes are generally considered premium optics and may come with a higher price tag compared to some other brands. However, their reputation for quality and performance often justifies the investment for serious shooters and hunters.

It's worth noting that specific models and features may vary among Leupold 12x scopes, so it's essential to research and select the model that best suits your shooting needs and preferences. Additionally, as with any optic, proper mounting, zeroing, and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity.


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Weaver KT-6 Scope

The Weaver KT-6 is a vintage rifle scope produced by Weaver Optics, a renowned American manufacturer known for their high-quality optical. Here are some general characteristics and information about the Weaver KT-6:

  1. Magnification: The Weaver KT-6 is typically a fixed-power scope, meaning it has a single level of magnification. Fixed-power scopes are often simpler in design but can still offer excellent optical performance.
  2. Magnification Level: The magnification level of the KT-6 may vary depending on the specific model, but typically vintage fixed-power scopes like the KT-6 might have magnification levels ranging from 4x to 10x.
  3. Objective Lens Diameter: The objective lens diameter of the Weaver KT-6 likely falls in the range of 30mm to 40mm. This diameter determines how much light the scope can gather, affecting brightness and image clarity.
  4. Tube Diameter: The tube diameter of the KT-6 is likely 1 inch, which is a common size for many rifle scopes.
  5. Reticle: The reticle is the aiming point within the scope. The Weaver KT-6 might feature a traditional crosshair reticle or other variations depending on the specific model.
  6. Construction: Weaver scopes are typically known for their rugged construction. The KT-6 likely features a durable aluminum housing that is both shockproof and waterproof, ensuring reliability in various weather conditions and shooting environments.
  7. Adjustments: The KT-6 probably offers windage and elevation adjustments to zero the scope with the rifle and compensate for bullet drop and wind drift.
  8. Vintage Status: As a vintage scope, the Weaver KT-6 may have been manufactured several decades ago. While it may lack some of the modern features found in contemporary scopes, it could still offer excellent optical performance and hold significant value to collectors or enthusiasts of vintage firearms and optics.

Keep in mind that specific details about the Weaver KT-6 may vary depending on the model and production year. 


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Leopold 12x Bench Rest Scope

The Leopold 12x scope is a type of rifle scope manufactured by Leupold & Stevens, Inc., a renowned American company known for producing high-quality optics. A 12x scope offers a magnification of 12 times, meaning that objects viewed through the scope appear 12 times closer than they actually are to the naked eye.

Here are some key features and aspects commonly associated with Leupold 24x scopes:

 

  1. Optical Quality: Leupold is known for its excellent optical quality. Their scopes often feature high-quality lenses, coatings, and craftsmanship to provide clear, sharp images with minimal distortion or aberration.
  2. Durability: Leupold scopes are built to withstand rugged conditions. They are often made from aircraft-grade aluminum or other durable materials and are designed to be shockproof, waterproof, and fog proof, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions.
  3. Adjustability: Most Leupold scopes offer adjustments for windage (horizontal adjustment) and elevation (vertical adjustment), allowing users to zero their rifles for precise shooting at different distances. These adjustments are often made using turrets located on the scope body.
  4. Reticle Options: Leupold offers a variety of reticle options for their scopes, including traditional crosshairs, mil-dot reticles, and other specialized reticle designs tailored for specific shooting applications such as long-range shooting or hunting.
  5. Application: A 12x magnification is typically used for long-range shooting applications such as benchrest shooting, target shooting, or varmint hunting where precise shot placement at extended distances is critical.
  6. Price: Leupold scopes are generally considered premium optics and may come with a higher price tag compared to some other brands. However, their reputation for quality and performance often justifies the investment for serious shooters and hunters.

It's worth noting that specific models and features may vary among Leupold 12x scopes, so it's essential to research and select the model that best suits your shooting needs and preferences. Additionally, as with any optic, proper mounting, zeroing, and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and longevity.


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Thompson Contender 22WMR

T/C 10in 22 WMR barrel. Octagon/Drilled and tapped for scope base.


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Bausch & Lomb DT 2501 Spotting Scope

The Bausch & Lomb DT 2501 is a spotting scope manufactured by Bausch & Lomb, a well-known company in the optics industry. Spotting scopes are commonly used for activities such as birdwatching, hunting, and astronomy, allowing users to view distant objects with clarity and detail.


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Thompson Contender barrel 22LR “Super 14”

Thompson Contender barrel 22LR “Super 14”

with scope base and rings.


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Thompson Contender 44Mag Barrel

Thompson Contender 44Mag Barrel. Ribbed barrel with sights.


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Thompson Contender barrel 22 LR

Thompson contender barrel 22 LR. Octagon cut some rusting.


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.

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Thompson contender barrel 32 H&R mag

Thompson contender barrel 32 H&R mag. 10in drilled and tapped for front and rear sights.


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Holsters

Two holsters, Leather US stamped and an Uncle Mikes Nylon.


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Herrells Adjustable Grip

Herrells Adjustable Grip


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Thompson Contender Pistol Grip/ Forend

Wood T/C Contender Pistol Furniture


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Thompson Contender

T/C Wood Furniture


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20ga Dove and Quail Unknown quantity

20ga Dove and Qual


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20ga Super X

Unknown Quantity 20ga Super X 


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20ga ACTIV Dove and Target Load

20ga ACTIV Dove and Target Load


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misc 20Ga

Misc 20ga


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Weaver Mounts

Weaver Mounts and Scope rings


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Scope Turrets

Bullet Drop Turrets


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Misc Thompson Contender Sights

Misc Thompson Contender Sights


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Cleaning Rod & Patches for AR-50
Cleaning Rod & Patches for AR-50

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Misc Scope Mounts

Misc Scope Mounts


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Thompson Contender Sights

Thompson Contender Sights


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Scope Base

Scope Base


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Shotgun shooting Box

Shotgun shooting Box


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Firearms Terms & Conditions YOU MUST READ COMPLETELY
Second Amendment Event
  • All items are located in Hampton, VA.
  • Pickup by appoint only, winning bidders will receive an invoice with details.
  • Auctioneer: Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC, 757-328-0499

Buyers Premium: 13%

Shipping is Available to FFL dealers

Unless you have a Va Concealed Handgun Permit, you can only purchase one handgun per month in the state of VA.

IF you have a VA Concealed Handgun Permit, you can purchase as many handguns as you wish.
  • You can purchase as many long guns as you wish.
    If you purchase more than one (1) handgun and do NOT have a concealed handgun permit, Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC can place your handgun in storage until the following month. The handgun must be paid in full and there is a $15 / month storage fee.
  • Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC is a licensed Federal Firearms Dealer. All state and federal firearms laws apply. Paperwork and background checks are completed at Fred Wilson Auction Service LLC and are required when picking up firearms. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • A 13% Buyers Premium will be added to your high bid.
  • No transfer fees will be charged for any local purchase. Firearms shipped to your FFL dealer will be charged $25 for the first firearm and $10 per additional firearm plus shipping cost.
  • If you are an out-of-state buyer a wire transfer may be required for payment, depending on your invoice amount.
  • Buyer is responsible to verify the caliber, safety, and integrity of any and all firearms before firing.
  • Photo ID with current physical address required for all firearm purchases. (PO Box does NOT meet requirement)
  • A bid is a binding agreement to purchase and pay for that item if you are the high bidder. Please do NOT bid if you cannot pay or if you will not pass a background check to legally possess a firearm.
  • Your credit card will be charged at the end of the auction. Please do not bid if you cannot legally own a firearm.
  • If you are interested in a particular firearm and need additional detailed photos of that firearm, please email: fwasfirearms@gmail.com and we will provide you with more photos.
  • Buyer must rely on their own visual inspection regarding the condition and integrity of items purchased. Auctioneer and staff make no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied. All items sold on a "as is, where is". Bidder shall be the sole judge of value. Bidder will be responsible to have the firearms inspected by a competent gunsmith to determine firearms integrity before firing any firearm.