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    LOT 3517
Rare Pre-Ban Heckler & Koch/Golden State Arms HK41 Semi-
Automatic Rifle - Serial no. 10B569, 7.62 mm Nato cal., 18 inch round
bbl., phosphate finish, synthetic stock. Imported in 1966 by Golden State
Arms, one of the first importers of the early HK G3
and HK41 rifles. Hooded post front and 4-position
drum rear sights, standard markings and “4/66”
date on the left side of the magazine well, trigger group marked “MADE IN
GERMANY FOR/SANTA FE DIVISION/GOLDEN STATE ARMS CORPORATION/PASADENA-CALIFORNIA-U.S.A./CAL. 7,62 mm NATO”, later style “S/F” marked trigger group with welded tabs (to prevent the installation of an automatic trigger group) and functional flapper magazine release, ventilated and fluted handguard, textured pistol grip, and fixed buttstock with ribbed buttplate. Numbers match on receiver, trigger housing, buttstock, bolt, and bolt carrier. Includes an extra magazine.
CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 95% original phosphate finish with scattered handling marks, a ding in the rear sight
between settings “1” and “2”, and a circular safety drag line. Furniture is excellent with some light scuffs and handling marks. Mechanically excellent
Estimate: 10,000 - 16,000
LOT 3518
Pre-Ban Curio & Relic Colt AR-15 SP1 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Case and
Scope - Serial no. SP05936, 223 Rem cal., 20 inch round bbl., matte grey finish,
synthetic stock. Manufactured in 1967. Features a three prong flash hider, standard post front sight on the A-frame gas block with bayonet lug,
windage adjustable two-leaf rear peep sight, upper receiver with fixed carry handle, no forward assist, unserrated bolt carrier, and short deflector.
With standard markings on the slab-side lower receiver, checkered pistol grip, long vented triangular handguard, two-piece buffer, and fixed
buttstock with serrated rubber buttplate. Includes a black leatherette carry case, Colt AR-15 3x sporter scope (clear optics) with original box, two extra
magazines, a non-compatible Ruger Mini 14 magazine, stamped metal bipod, owner’s manual, cleaning rod,
black web sling, and bayonet with scabbard.
CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 95% plus original matte grey finish, with moderate handling marks and edge wear. A small blemish, likely a
factory machining error, runs through the address on the left side of the lower receiver. The furniture is very fine, with light handling evidence. The
case is very good. Mechanically excellent.
Provenance: Richard Peters, USMC, Reserves Law Enforcement, a Gentleman.
Estimate: 3,250 - 4,750 289

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