Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher J. Gasior

P.O.B. 713 Newbury Park, CA 91319 USA

Phone # (805) 492 6808 (orders only!)

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Flare Guns

Shipping Terms: I ship flare guns by USPS Priority Mail with Signature Confirmation. I charge standard shipping fee of $20 for the first ordered flare gun, and $10 for each additional one. The above rates are valid only in the continental USA. International shipping is available at the cost. I take checks and money orders.

Model, Price, Number & Pictures

Description & Condition

Massive Swiss Army M.1917/38 Flaregun

Caliber: 34 mm

Price: $975

Inventory # flg_0044

Pictures:

DESCRIPTION: Interesting and massive Swiss military flaregun. This is probably the largest military flaregun adopted by any army in the world. This type of flaregun is called in Switzerland, "Racketen Pistole". The flaregun was manufactured by Waffenfabrik Bern, and is accordingly marked on the left side of the frame, " FW, Swiss Cross" (in the circle). The large Swiss Cross in the Shield and a Swiss proof, "Cross over M"are also stamped on the left side of the frame. High quality of machining and metal finish. Safety lever on the right side of the frame. Original military style two-piece brown plastic grips. Barrel length: 10.75 inch. Complete with two sling swivels and original leather sling. CONDITION: Excellent. 95% of original, blue finish is still on metal, with a balance being in white. Most of the finish wear is on the sharp edges of metal parts. The flaregun shows an honest service wear. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on the metal. All the internal parts of the flaregun are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. The action works fine. Bore is in excellent condition. Original brown plastic grips show some handling marks. The left side grip has a small hairline crack in its upper part. The leather sling is in fine condition. All complete and in as issued condition. Interesting Swiss military flaregun! Serial# 102XX.

Scarce Chilean Military Brass Flaregun

Caliber: 25 mm

Price: $575

Inventory # flg_0043

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DESCRIPTION: Scarce Chilean military brass & steel flaregun. The design follows the lines of the Imperial German "Drucknopf" flaregun. The major differences are much shorter barrel and the frame made out of brass, rather than steel, which was used in the German flaregun. The left side of the frame displays a two digit serial number. Other than that, there are no markings on any kind stamped on the flaregun. The frame is made out of brass, while the barrel, trigger, hammer, barrel release lock, lanyard ring and all the screws and springs are made out of steel. Barrel length: 3.5 inch. Smooth hardwood grips. Complete with a lanyard ring. CONDITION: Fine. The barrel shows about 84% of its original blue finish. The brass frame shows some handling marks and minor dings. All the internal parts of the flaregun are in fine condition, with no visible wear. The action works fine. Bore is in excellent condition. Original hardwood grips with no cracks, but with some handling marks and dings. All complete and in as issued condition. Scarce Chilean military flaregun! Serial# 7X.

Beautiful Imperial German Hebel M.1894 Flaregun

Caliber: 26.5 mm

Price: $795

Inventory # flg_0042

Pictures:

DESCRIPTION: Beautifully preserved Imperial German military flaregun from the World War One era. This type of flaregun is often called, "Hebel". It was manufactured by several Imperial German and Austro-Hungarian companies. Imperial German proofs, "Crown over A", "Crown over B" and "4" (in the circle) are stamped on the right side of the barrel and frame. Imperial German World War One era acceptance mark "Crowned Eagle" is also stamped on the right side of the barrel and frame. The left side of the frame displays maker's markings, "Gebr. R" (stamped behind the serial number). High quality of machining and metal finish. Original military style two-piece wooden grips. Barrel length: 9 inch. Complete with the lanyard ring. CONDITION: Excellent. 96% of original, blue finish is still on metal, with a balance turning to brown patina. The flaregun shows an honest service wear. Occasional small patches or light patina and/or peppering. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on the metal. All the internal parts of the flaregun are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. The action works fine. Bore is in excellent condition. Original wooden grips with no cracks, but with some minor handling marks. All complete and in as issued condition. The World War One era Imperial German military flaregun in all original condition! Serial# 503XX.

Interesting British No.1 MK. Vm Flaregun

Caliber: 1 inch

Price: $325

Inventory # flg_0033

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DESCRIPTION: Interesting British Webley No. 1 M.Vm military flaregun. The barrel has several attachment points, which may indicate that the flaregun was used in an aircraft, tank, or an APC. The barrel has also a lug for fastening on a slotted extension, and/or to attach the pistol to the aircraft, or vehicle. The flaregun was designed by the Molins Machine Company, and was manufactured by the Manroy Engineering Ltd. and some other companies. This is a smaller version of No.1 NK.V flaregun without the automatic extractor. This version is often marked with a suffix, "m". The larger version of the flaregun, with longer barrel, was manufactured with the automatic extractor. The frame, barrel, trigger guard, trigger, hammer, barrel release lever and all the springs are made out of steel, while the grips are made out of light alloy. The left side of the frame and barrel display matching serial numbers. The left side of the frame displays, "Broad Arrow". The right side of the frame displays wording, "Pistol Sig. 1 inch No.1 Mk. V". The upper part of the barrel displays some small British military markings. Barrel length: 3.5 inch. Complete with a lanyard ring (retractable in the butt). CONDITION: Fine. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the flaregun are in fine condition, with no visible wear. The action works fine. Bore is in excellent condition. Original light alloy grips show some handling marks and light wear to its diamond checkering. All complete and in as issued condition. Serial# 1311XX.

Very Scarce Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes M.1929 Brass Flaregun

Caliber: 25 mm

Price: $1675

Inventory # flg_0025

Pictures:

DESCRIPTION: Very scarce Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes M.1929 brass flaregun. The upper part of the barrel displays a beautiful crest of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes over the wording "Model 1929" (in Serbian alphabet). The frame, barrel, screws and the latch push button are made out of brass, while the trigger, hammer, barrel release lock, lanyard ring and all the springs are made out of steel. The left side of the frame is marked with Serbian alphabet "VTZ" (in a triangle). This is the mark of the Military Technology Factory, Kraguyevac. The left side of the frame also displays, "Ev.br." stamped just in front of the serial number. Some military and production markings are present on major parts of the flaregun. Barrel length: 4 inch. Hardwood grips with diamond checkering. Complete with a lanyard ring. CONDITION: Excellent. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the flaregun are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. The action works fine. Bore is in excellent condition. Original hardwood grips with no cracks, but with some handling marks. All complete and in as issued condition. Serial# 4XX.

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Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher J. Gasior

P.O.B. 713 Newbury Park, CA 91319 USA

Phone # (805) 492 6808 (orders only!)

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