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 1892 Gatling Gun 45/70 Brand New Anderson Guncraft

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Auction ID: 10773
Num Views: 8943
Condition: New
NRA Grade: Factory New
Requires FFL: Yes
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Location: Bangor, ME 04401


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I will ship this in three boxes gun models. This model has a decocker so you can turn the crank and feed bullets without firing the gun pistol grips. It was only fired by Mr Anderson during the making of the gun 38 revolver. It is museum quality used gun. It will have to go to an FFL and you can buy it like any other long gun or you can come to Maine and I will sell it directly to you used handgun price. The accuracy of each part is incredible! Each part is hand made by John with the only parts bought by him are the springs that go in the bolts gun model number. I bought it from him about 4 or 5 years ago firearm manufacturer. This is a BRAND NEW 1892 Gatling Gun in 45/70 on a wooden tripod .45 ACP. It is their number 18508 and can be seen on their web site dixiegun used rifle. If you can buy a winchester lever rifle, you can buy this bluebook gun values. The 1892, with the engraving, cost two thousand more from Mr Anderson Smith & Wesson. com firearm appraisal. That is how particular he is gun manufacturer. It is a full metal fabrication shop in his house gun control. 'he makes these guns off the original drawings and each part is interchangable with the original" AK47. At the time there was a three year wait for him to make you a gun gun models. FANTASTIC! This gun is not the "bulldog" guns that you normally see but rather the full length model buy used guns. The inscription on the rear case is hand engraved, not done on a machine 38 revolver. My reserve is less than what Dixie is selling theirs for pistol grips. Dixie Gun Works is selling an 1874 model that was made by him for them to sell firearm appraisal. the gun was delayed another month because Mr Anderson filed it off and sent it back for reengraving Front Sight. It is not considered a machine gun even though you can fire it over 400 rounds a minute firearm pricing. While this gun was in the white, I flew to his house and saw the shop, foundry where he makes the bronze and brass castings, and the machinery that he uses gun collector. It comes with a Bruce Feed that will hold about 45 shells buy used guns. Back then when he made this for me he was making about three each two years 1911 pistol. As Dixie says on their page about the gun they are selling firearm permit. They are selling the 1874 model for 45 thousand Semi-Auto. When it came back from the engraver, it was 3 degrees off center gun worth. the gun, the yoke assembly, and the tripod revolver prices. Overall length to include the aiming bar is 64 inches with the barrels at 32 inches bluebook gun. The only difference between this gun and an original is that fact that he uses better quality metal than colt did in hte 1800's firearm pricing. John Anderson is most probably the best maker of gatling guns today appraise handgun.


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