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   LOT 555
Inert Display Copy of an Argentine Army Contract Commercial Colt Browning Model 1928 Machine Gun with Tripod and Accessories - Patterned after a limited run of 926 Browning Model 1917 machine guns made for the Argentine Army, this copy of the Model 1928 uses a new-made inert right sideplate that lacks all internal support for the bolt and breech hardware. It features a distinctive right side thumb safety, the Type “A” cone flash hider, and a sight base for the Zeiss panoramic sight, with “COLT/M-1928(Argentinian crest)No 535/EJERCITO ARGENTINO” marked on the right rear of the receiver, and “COLT AUTOMATIC MACHINE GUN/MODEL 1928- CAL 7.65 mm/BROWNING PAT. FEB.4-1919” marked on the left rear of the receiver. Includes green
 tripod wearing a brass plaque on the rear leg numbered “470” with base numbered “482”, anti-aircraft sights (do not properly fit the gun) with leather case, wooden ammunition box, combination wrench tool, loose charging handle and spring, leather sling handle attached to the water jacket, Colt belt loader, and Zeiss illuminator with leather case. CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 85% of the parkerized finish with scattered light scratches and handling marks, and some scattered light pitting on the cone flash hider and rear sight ladder. The visible brass shows a fine aged patina. Wood grips are very good with scattered light scratches and dents, and a cleaned up cracked/absent section on the rear of the left grip panel. Absent barrel, bolt, and various internal components, which are not needed for display purposes and should not be added. The illuminator is untested, with damaged wiring. Included tripod is also very fine, retains 85% original green paint with some areas of light flaking. Estimate: 2,000 - 4,000
LOT 556
Poly Technologies
AK-47S Semi-
Automatic Rifle
with Under Folding Stock - Serial no.
DF-06020, 7.62x39 mm cal., 16 inch round bbl., blue finish,
metal stock, laminated grips. Imported 1988-89 by KFS. Standard markings and under folding stock. Includes a tan canvas sling. CONDITION: Very fine overall, retaining 95% plus original blue finish with light handling marks and some light pitting on the stock. Mild dents and scuffs are present on the forearm and grip. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 2,250 - 3,750
LOT 557
Poly Technologies AK-47S Semi-
Automatic Rifle - Serial no. P47-05212, 7.62x39 mm
cal., 16 inch round bbl., blue finish, laminate stock. Imported in 1988-89 by KFS. Standard markings and features. Includes a green canvas sling.
CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 98% plus original blue finish with limited handling marks, and dings and scratches on the furniture. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 2,000 - 3,500
LOT 558
Very Early Production Howa/Armalite AR-180 Semi-Automatic Rifle with Scope - Serial no. S000250, 5.56x45 mm cal., 18 inch round bbl., parkerized finish, synthetic stock. One of the earliest examples manufactured by Howa in Japan for ArmaLite, this rifle features a three prong flash hider, post front sight on the gas block, plastic ventilated forearm, smooth plastic grip and folding stock. The stamped steel upper receiver is marked “ARMALITE AR-180 CAL. 5.56mm -S000250/ FOR ARMALITE INC. COSTA MESA CALIF./mfg by HOWA JAPAN PATENTS PENDING”. The misalignment of the “0” in “AR-180” and 180 degree safety are features which set apart the early Howa manufactured rifles apart from the rest of AR-180 production.
CONDITION: Very fine, retaining 90% original parkerized finish with scattered scratches and handling marks. Other than some absent stock hinge parts the furniture is very fine with light scuffs. Mechanically excellent. This is a rare opportunity to add an early Howa AR-180 to your collection!
Estimate: 2,000 - 3,500
 Romarm Cugir Romak 3 PSL Style Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle with Scope - Serial no. CC009302001, 7.62x54 R cal., 24 inch round bbl., blue finish, laminate stock. Manufactured in Romania as an export/sporting version of the Romanian military PSL sniper rifle with post front and 1,200 meter adjustable tangent rear sights, ported flash hider without bayonet lug, standard receiver markings, and a Belarus made 4x24mm scope with illuminated reticle mounted on the left side of the receiver. Ventilated forearm and handguard with Dragunov style skeletonized pistol grip stock. Includes three extra magazines. CONDITION: Excellent overall, retaining 99% plus original blue finish with a couple minor handling marks. Mechanically excellent. Scope is very fine with clear optics, crisp reticle, and untested illuminator.
Estimate: 1,400 - 2,250 387
LOT 559

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