If you’re a collector of handguns, shotguns, or rifles, this is an online firearm auction you don’t want to miss.
Although we sometimes do offer guns in our monthly online estate auctions, it’s been awhile since we’ve had an event like this in which it’s all focused on firearms.
There are already tons of bids being placed and we’re still a week away from preview day!
Here are a few of the featured guns for sale that are getting the most action in this large firearm collection:
The German Luger has a deep history as one of the first semi-automatic pistols manufactured. It was used widely by German forces in both World War I and World War II. This one up for auction comes with 2 eight round magazines, leather upholster, and take apart tool.
In 1777 George Washington ordered the creation of Springfield Armory to store ammunition and gun carriages for the American Revolutionary War. The rest is history.
This pistol comes with magazines, accessories, and case. Please note that this item cannot be sold to a buyer in California. Gussler will ship it to your local FFL for proper transfer.
The Colt gun was designed by engineer John Moses Browning. The 1911 A1 was used mainly during the Korean and Vietnam wars by the French and Norwegian forces. Today it is used by government and police organizations.
Here’s an opportunity to own a unique Remington rifle with history. It has markings from the Remington Arms RA and is marked “Col. Frank J Atwood-FJA.” It is California legal.
View the full catalog of items here.
All the firearms being sold in this auction will be handled and shipped by Gussler’s located in Santee, CA. Please read the auction descriptions thoroughly to ensure a smooth transfer of each item. There will be an inspection day on Tuesday, May 15th from 9AM-2PM at Gussler’s. For removal or shipment of items, you will need to contact them to start the paperwork process. There will also be a $60 fee added to each item to cover transfer/shipping fee.
If you have not participated in any of our online auctions, please review our buyers page to read more about our process and terms/conditions. You will need to register an account to bid and make a deposit of $1.
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