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 LOT 1726
SIG Sauer P210 Swiss
Confederation 700th Anniversary
Edition Semi-Automatic Pistol
with Case - Serial no. 0366, 9
mm Luger cal., 4 3/4 inch round
bbl., blue finish, plastic grips.
Manufactured in 1991 to celebrate
the 700 year anniversary of the Swiss
Confederation. The pistol displays a
beautiful nitre blue finish with gold
accents. The markings are also in
gold including the serial number
“0366” on the slide and frame along
with “Confederation Helvetica” on
the right of the frame and “1291”
and “1991” on the left. There is also a
Swiss crest on the left as well as the “S” and “F” for safe and fire. Includes the correct commemorative display case and key.
CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 99% plus original blue and gold finishes with minimal faint handling marks. The case is excellent. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 5,000 - 8,500
LOT 1727
Desirable Devel Converted Smith & Wesson Model 39-2
Semi-Automatic Pistol with Case - Serial no. A316436.082,
9 mm cal., 3 1/2 inch round bbl., nickel finish, synthetic grips. Fixed front
sight highlighted with red paint and a fully adjustable rear sight. The left
side of the frame is stamped “.082” after the S&W serial number. Bobbed hammer,
shortened barrel, and fluted slide. There is a hook added to the trigger guard and the right
side is trimmed for faster access to the trigger. Fitted with a set of smooth “DEVEL” marked
grips with clear windows for viewing the magazine. Comes in a Pelican Vault hard case with
two extra Devel magazines.
CONDITION: Excellent overall as professionally upgraded by Devel Corp., retaining 98% plus
refinished nickel finish, with minimal handling marks, and crisp backstrap checkering. The case is fine. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 4,000 - 7,000
LOT 1728
Strayer Voigt Infinity Competition Semi-Automatic Pistol with Case - Serial no. GS111351, 38 super auto cal., 5
inch round bbl., blue finish, metal grips. Fitted
with C-More CRW red dot sight (clear optics), RHT
gas pedal, and side mounted charging handle. Set up in
left-hand configuration. With an Infinity plastic case.
CONDITION: Very good overall, retaining 85% original blue finish with
the underside of the frame and trigger guard thinning to grey and high edge wear. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 3,500 - 4,500
LOT 1729
Extremely Scarce and Desirable Stainless Steel Korth Combat Model .357 Magnum Double Action Revolver with Book and Case - Serial no. S056, 357 magnum cal., 6
inch solid rib bbl., stainless finish, walnut
grips. Manufactured in 1985 with Patridge
blade front and adjustable rear notch
sights, two-piece barrel construction
consisting of an outer shroud and rifled liner, standard markings and
German proofs, import mark, “I Voted” sticker on the left grip panel,
cylinder release at the right rear of the frame next to the hammer,
serrated trigger with adjustable stop, and wide serrated hammer. Includes a German-language Willi Korth book and a briefcase-style hard case with a fitted
foam insert.
CONDITION: Excellent, with limited handling evidence, mild surface oxidation on the trigger, and a light cylinder drag line. The grips are fine with a patch of chipping at the toe and a
few minor handling marks. Case is very good with minor handling/storage marks and absent interior lid lining. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 3,750 - 5,500
LOT 1730
Rare Personal Protection Systems Scorpion Smith & Wesson Model 39 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Case - Serial no. A635672, 9 mm Luger cal., 3 1/2 inch round bbl., matte nickel/blue finish, plastic grips. Built by Lin Alexiou of Fraser, Michigan, the Scorpion was a conversion package offered by Trapper Gun Inc. for the Smith & Wesson Model 39. It is very much in the same vein as the popular Devel full house conversion. For this conversion, the barrel, frame, and magazine were shortened, the hammer was bobbed, and the trigger guard was thinned on the right side with a finger hook added to the front. The left side of the slide has been remarked “Personal Protection Systems LTD” with “Scorpion” and “031” on the right. Fitted with one-piece guttersnipe sight, and polymer grips with silver medallion numbered “031” inlaid into right panel. Includes a fitted hardwood case numbered to match gun, two extra magazines, and twenty-two rounds of ammunition. CONDITION: Excellent overall as professionally upgraded by Lin Alexiou, retaining 99% refinished matte nickel finish with minimal handling evidence. The display case is also excellent. Mechanically excellent. Estimate: 2,000 - 3,500
      LOT 1731
Rare Smith & Wesson/Armament Systems & Procedures Model 39-2
ASP Semi-Automatic Pistol - Serial no. A157853, 9 mm cal., 3 3/8 inch
round bbl., black finish, synthetic grips. Designed in the 1960s by the interesting
character Paris Theodore, and produced through the 1970s by Armament Systems and
Procedures; the ASP package took a Model 39-2 and performed a radical “re-manufacturing”
for the purposes of concealment. Reduced in multiple dimensions, rounded edges, and a reshaped
trigger guard. The original sights are replaced with a one-piece Guttersnipe sight. The grips are translucent Lexan, and the magazine is shortened and has windows for round counting with “ASP” marked base. Included with the pistol are two extra ASP magazines, and a Pelican Vault hard case. CONDITION: Excellent overall, as professionally built by Armament Systems & Procedures, retaining 99% of the black finish with limited handling evidence. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 2,750 - 4,500
LOT 1732
Scarce Steel Frame Smith & Wesson Model 39 Semi-Automatic Pistol with Box - Serial no. 60276, 9 mm Luger cal., 4 inch round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. The Model 39 was the first 9 mm double action, semi-automatic pistol produced in the U.S. Steel frame models, like this example, were first introduced in 1954-1955, but not assembled or sold until 1966, with only 927 manufactured. Fitted with serrated blade front and adjustable rear sights. Includes a correct model factory box, bore brush, and warranty card. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 98% original blue finish with a couple light handling marks and some light wear at the muzzle. Grips are very fine with a few minor handling marks, a crack at the top of the right grip, and crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. Box is very fine with remarked serial number on end label.
Estimate: 1,600 - 2,500
LOT 1733
SIG Sauer P210-9 Legend Semi-Automatic Pistol with Case -
Serial no. P334303, 9 mm Luger cal., 4 3/4 inch round bbl., nitron finish,
walnut grips. Manufactured in 2011. With standard markings and features. Frame marked
“MADE IN GERMANY.” Includes original box identifying the pistol as a “210-9-LEGEND” and
dated “15-SEP-2011,” SIG Sauer hard case, extra magazine, and original test fire target.
CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 97% original nitron finish with light handling marks and edge wear focused near the muzzle. The grips have slight scratches, but otherwise crisp checkering. Mechanically very fine, with the magazine catch failing to lock the action on an empty magazine. Estimate: 1,600 - 2,500

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