Pair of Hubley Cap Guns - Integrity Auctioneers
Pair of Hubley Cap Guns
Lot Number:174
Start Time:6/22/2024 3:00:00 PM
Bid Count:4
Winning Bidder:2024
Starting Bid:$25.00
Bid Increment:$25.00
Current Bid:$55.00
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Don Brown Gun Auction

Lever-Action, Commemorative, Pistols, Saddles and More - Saturday June 22, 10:00AM

This remarkable collection features a diverse and comprehensive collection of firearms that will captivate collectors. Classic American long guns are prominently featured, including the Winchester 1895 Teddy Roosevelt .405 caliber "Father of Conservation" edition, a Marlin 1894 .44 Remington Magnum "Trapper" model, and an octagonal-barreled Winchester 1866 Canadian Centennial 30-30. Modern offerings range from the Thompson Omega Z5 .50 caliber black powder rifle to the GSG-522 .22LR semi-auto made by American Tactical. Handguns span antique flintlocks to the Colt 1903 .32 automatic pistol and Ruger .44 Magnum Redhawk with Pachmayer grips. Shotgun enthusiasts will appreciate the Browning Citori 12-gauge over/under and the unique Savage .410/.22 caliber over/under combination gun. Nostalgia abounds with vintage cap guns like the rare 1955 Leslie Henry U.S. Marshal .44 cap pistol and a paired set of Hopalong Cassidy models. This offering has something to pique every collector's interest. Keywords: Winchester rifles, Marlin rifles, Colt pistols, Flintlock pistols, Ruger revolvers, Savage over/under shotgun, Stoeger coach gun, Remington shotguns, Cap guns, Commemorative rifles, John Wayne rifle, Teddy Roosevelt rifle, 30-30 rifles, Lever action rifles, .44 Magnum revolvers, Browning over/under shotguns, .45 Colt revolvers, .22 caliber rifles, .30 caliber rifles, Black powder rifles, Thompson muzzleloaders, Indian trade rifle, Antique firearms, Vintage cap pistols.

This is a LIVE AUCTION with ONLINE BIDDING.  LEARN HOW TO BID HERE. This auction is being conducted in conjunction with ZBS Auctioneers. The auction will be held at the Integrity Auctioneers Auction Building 1613 Elm Ave, Harvey, ND 58341. Saturday, June 22 starting at 10AM. Online bidding will be open for one week prior to the auction.

There will be a preview time on Friday, June 21 from 1PM-5PM

There will be a 3% Buyers Premium for online bidding, and an additional 4% fee for using a credit card. 

Lemer's Ace Hardware will handle FFL transfers of firearms and any necessary shipping. FFL Rules will be followed! Rifles and Shotguns can be picked up at Lemer's Ace, Handguns must be shipped to out of state buyers. 

Every Gun will have a Transfer fee of $25/gun.

For information call Gil Steedsman at 701-400-8193 or Ben Stiegelmeier at 605-850-1330

Online bidders are encouraged to register at least 1 day prior to the auction. 



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Lemer's Ace will be handling the FFL transfers