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 LOT 3521
Desirable Cased Tippmann Arms Model 1917A1 Semi-Automatic Scaled Miniature Browning Machine Gun with Tripod - Serial no. TP102, 22 LR , 12 inch round bbl., blue/brass finish, walnut grips. Manufactured by Tippmann Arms of Fort Wayne, Indiana, this is a scaled replication of the battle- tested 1917 water cooled Browning .30 Caliber Machine Gun designed to fit .22 Long Rifle cartridges only. Blade front and adjustable ladder rear sights, and “TIPPMANN/MOD.1917A1/NO.TP102/L&T SALES/ NEW PORT RICHEY” marking on the right side of the receiver. With a metal tripod, traverse & elevation mechanism, five ammunition belts of varying length, hardwood transport crate, and two ammunition boxes, all scaled to match the item. CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 97% of the original blue finish, with mild surface wear on the barrel shroud and receiver. Mechanically excellent. Transport crate is very fine, with mild surface dings and scratches and a crack on the underside that runs with the grain around a knot in the wood. Estimate: 8,500 - 11,000
LOT 3522
Allied Armament Model 1919A4 Semi-Automatic Rifle - Serial no. 1057, 7.62 mm Nato , 26 inch heavy round bbl., parkerized finish, plastic grips. Produced in America with a new-made semi-automatic receiver along with various military surplus components. Features blade front and folding ladder rear sights, with a series of Saginaw Steering Gear-style nomenclature markings on the right side plate. CONDITION: Very fine overall, retains 97% matte gray finish. Casting imperfections and wear use typical of surplus parts shows on the heat shield, sight bases, pistol grip, and other parts. Mechanically needs adjustment. Estimate: 4,000 - 7,000
       LOT 3523
Ohio Ordnance Works Model 1918A3 BAR Semi-Automatic Rifle with Accessories and Extra Magazine - Serial no. 1001498, 30-06 Springfield cal., 27 inch round bbl., parkerized finish, walnut stock. Introduced in 1996, the Ohio Ordnance 1918A3 is a semi-automatic closed bolt copy of the signature Browning Automatic Rifle. Blade
    front and folding ladder rear sights, adjustable gas port, 2-position safety, and left-side charging handle. The top of the receiver bears the model and caliber markings, with the “CHARDON, OH” address over the patent and serial number, as well as a “Semper
Fi/eagle globe and anchor insignia/U.S.M.C.” marking. Smooth walnut forearm and buttstock with a smooth steel buttplate and flip up shoulder rest. Includes unmarked web belt kit, an extra magazine, bipod, carry handle, two slings, and an operator’s manual.
CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 98% plus original parkerized finish with minor handling marks and few small dings in the wood. Mechanically excellent. Estimate: 4,500 - 6,000

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