Morphy Auctions

Spring 2018 Extraordinary Firearms Auction

Auction: March 21, 22, 23, 2018: 10am

Preview: March 19 & 20, 2018: 9am-5pm and March 21, 22, 23, 2018: 8am-10am

Please Note: All prices include the hammer price plus the buyer’s premium, which is paid by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The prices noted here after the auction are considered unofficial and do not become official until after the 46th day.

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1025
$14,950.00
Revised: 3/20/2018

Please Note: The catalog description contains conflicting information. The lot includes one original magazine.

**BERGMANN MP-18.1 SUB MACHINE GUN (CURIO & RELIC).

SN 35217. Cal. 9mm. 8″ bbl. This is an exceedingly fine specimen of the MP-18.1 which includes orig leather sling. No Magazine present. Marked on top of receiver “M.P.18.I/SYSTEM/SCHMEISSER” followed by SN. One orig mag present. All matching numbers except for rear sight tension spring and detent latch numbers. Sling has parted at the rear sling swivel but this could be repaired. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. PROVENANCE: The class III weapons formerly on loan to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance is extremely fine as refinished. Retains 90% of a dull refinish over scattered pitting on tube and bbl shroud. Mag housing retains more of a high luster finish with some slight areas of light pitting. There are areas overall where the finish is thinning to a gray patina. Buttplate is a light gray metal finish. Crown proof marks visible on top of receiver and on buttplate. Stock has numerous handling marks and a couple small chips on either side of stock with one significant 3/8″ chip at very rear of receiver. Mechanics are fine. Bore is shiny and bright with strong rifling with some slight frosting. 52924-3 JWK (12,000-18,000) C&R – Lot 1025

1026
$17,250.00

**STEYR-SOLOTHURN S1-100 MACHINE GUN (C&R).

SN 12910. Cal. 30 mauser. 7.9″ bbl, model S1-100 as manufactured by Steyr-Solothurn for export. (Registered as #1291) Includes 3 mag in orig brown leather case. Leather case maker marked “SRA 1936” and with cartouche (STOLLA). Gun is registered as SN 1291 but upon close examination is actually 12910. This can be requested for correction upon transfer. Bolt, top cover and receiver number match. Steyr logo on top cover. This example does not have Nazi proof marks. Has provision for bayonet on shroud. Mags fit properly in mag well. The Steyr-Solothurn was produced by the Rheinnaetall in the Steyr factory in Austria. The “o” suffix denoted Austria and served to keep it from being confused with an entirely different submachine gun which was designed by Bergman. The Steyr-Solothurn was issued in significant numbers to German and Austrian police forces during WWII, and was also issued to military personnel concurrently with the MP38 and MP40. Several thousand of these machine guns were sold to the Japanese which utilized them with their special naval landing forces. This gun was a US GI bring back and subsequently sold to noted firearms collector Bill Morrison. Which theater of operations this guns was captured in is unknown. This cataloger knows personally of a Veteran who bagged one when he escaped from a POW camp in 1944. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF Form 3 or 4. PROVENANCE: Ex-Collection of Carl “Bill” Morrison. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance is about 60%. Orig finish thinned on shroud and top cover with some evidence of pitting where the receiver meets the stock line on both sides. Stock has numerous gouges and handling marks but is completely sound and serviceable. There is one 1/2″ x 1/2″ chip immediately to rear of receiver. Exterior of bbl has lost just about all orig finish and is in the white, however the bore is very fine. Bolt face is very good. Bolt itself is shiny and bright. Mechanics are fine. Interior of receiver could use a cleaning but is otherwise in very fine serviceable condition. Buttplate has significant brown uniform scale corrosion but this does not detract from the attractiveness of this firearm. This gun appears all matching. Orig 32 rnd .30 Mauser mags in excellent serviceable condition with nickel finished follower. Brown leather mag case has some spots of green mold just starting along seam, which preservation treatment should remedy. The brown leather is somewhat worn but the stitching is tight and leather is completely serviceable and still soft to the touch. This firearm is a fine example of quality machining and fitting from the time before the transition to stamping metal parts. This weapon would be sure to please the discerning submachine gun collector. 53239-2 JWK (10,000-15,000) C&R – Lot 1026

1027
$8,050.00

**COLLECTIBLE GERMAN WWII ERMA EMP MACHINE GUN (CURIO & RELIC).

SN EMP 77873. Cal. 9mm. 10″ bbl. Fine de-activated specimen of the WWII era German EMP machine gun as manufactured by ERMA. Eagle over “N” proofs visible above SN in rcvr, and on matching bolt handle. Bbl has been plugged with weld and orig bolt ground off both square and at angle at ejector groove with extractor welded to bolt face. Safety lock right side of receiver tube is missing two of its attachment screws. Included is undamaged spare bolt with SN range of export contract with plum shaped bolt handle. Otherwise SN of bbl, mag housing, and bolt matches. This gun was apparently miss-registered upon orig registration the “7’s” and “1’s” look alike enough to be confusing. Actual SN is 17813. Request for correction to registry is up to the buyer upon transfer. The ERMA EMP machine gun is a select fire weapon which saw use primarily as a police or second line weapon during WWII and exhibits high quality manufacture with distinctive vertical wooden grip. One orig 20 rnd mag is included. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very fine, orig lustrous blue finish with some scratches to the metal and some dings to the wood, together with some bruising particularly in the area of the vertical handgrip. Bbl plugged with weld and welded to housing with weld built up significantly from chamber mouth, bolt ground off as noted which accommodates this build up, however this gun is registered as a live machine gun. Mechanics are functional, subject to conditions notes. Bolt safety has a tendency to stick. Unable to determine condition of bore due to welded chamber. Mag appears completely serviceable. Spare bolt turning a brown patina in recessed areas, more so toward the bolt face but should polish up just fine. Screw slots all show evidence of turning. A nice representative specimen of this model. 53171-18 JWK (6,500-9,500) C&R – Lot 1027

1028
$40,250.00

**EXCEPTIONALLY RARE WWII HUNGARIAN MODEL 43M MACHINE GUN (CURIO & RELIC).

SN A5604. Cal. 9mm Mauser (9x25MM). 16 5/8″ bbl. A truly exceptional specimen with matching visible numbers. Hungarian Model 43m was designed BY Pal Karaly. This model utilized the innovative feature of a folding magazine housing which would pivot forward so that the magazine would be under the stock, parallel to the bore line when not in use. This model also incorporated a folding metal shoulder loop of stamped metal with wood panels on both sides to provide comfort to t he firer during cold weather conditions. The stock utilized a pressed thumb latch at the rear of the receiver and employment is very positive. The fold-away magazine is accomplished by pressing forward on the latch at the rear of the magazine housing, and when in the forward position a spring-hinged cover protects the open magazine well from foreign material. This well cover spring is somewhat weak, and the dust cover is not held tightly against the well currently, an easy fix with a new spring. Likewise with the coil spring, which would hold the magazine in its horizontal position. The 43M incorporates a blowback design with a large diameter recoil spring, reminiscent of the MP18 with an interesting safety / selector which is a rotating collar at the rear of the receiver tube. 2 orig 40-round stick magazines are included, as well as 28 rounds of Boxer primed recently manufactured 9MM Mauser cartridges.This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very fine to extremely fine, with a mixture of refinished and unrefinished parts. Bbl and forearm retention band, magazines and shoulder loop assembly are orig finish. The bbl and handguard retention band exhibiting a fine lustrous blue with some slight pitting. Metal of nosecap and shoulder are fine with scattered light corrosion under gray blue finish. Magazine well is apparently a replacement, and exhibits heavy pitting under gray, smooth refinish. In striking contrast is the extremely fine, smooth gray Parkerized finish of the receiver tube, bolt and trigger assembly. One magazine a pleasing gray patina with some slight pitting, the other very fine, smooth gray finish with wear to gray patina at high edges with scattered light pitting. Mechanics are crisp, bore is extremely fine, clean and brilliant. Wood is fine to very fine, with some chips and dings, but still quite attractive. The Hungarian Model 43M utilizes the powerful 9MM Mauser cartridge and saw service on the Eastern Front during WWII. Fully transferable specimens in this country are exceptionally rare, and this is an excellent find, considering especially that the SNs match between stock and receiver, and in view of the fact that the bore is near pristine. 53162-1 JWK (30,000-50,000) C&R – Lot 1028

1029
$24,150.00

**HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER GERMAN C.G. HAENEL MP43/1 MACHINE GUN (C&R).

SN 7828B. Cal. 7.92x33mm. 16-1/2″ bbl. Receiver manufactured by “cos” (Merz Werke), with eagle over 37 Haenel final proof, and marked “MP43/1”, and dated 43, making it an early specimen of its kind, with a heavy MKb(42) barrel. Note distinctive un-stepped barrel and “long” muzzle nut. Other parts such as gas block and bbl also have Haenel proof mark. Of interest the matching bolt was made by “ar” (Mauser). The piston of the carrier is also matching and made by Mauser with the carrier retaining only a Haenel and Nazi firing proof. External SN’s match. Orig taller profile buttstock measures 5-1/2″ heel to toe. Includes four orig mags one of which marked MP43, the others MP44. Also includes one complete trigger housing assembly with internals without grips, SN 6570. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. CONDITION: Overall appearance of orig finish is very good with some scattered areas of light minor brown pitting to more pronounced pitting on right side of receiver to the rear of ejection port, and also to front of grip frame. Good bore, unfortunately uncleaned for a significant time with some moderate pitting. Mechanics are fine, rear of mag housing assembly above pivot point where handgrip meets receiver has two drilled holes which do not seem to effect serviceability. Wood is in fine orig condition with handling marks and dings. Mags range from good to very good condition with orig finish. A scarce matching variation of an orig MP43/1 right down to one MP43 marked mag is certain to attract the interest of both collectors and shooters. 52925-1 JWK (22,000-30,000) C&R – Lot 1029

1030
$29,900.00

**HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE GERMAN WWII STG 44 MACHINE GUN (CURIO & RELIC).

SN 3283ai. Cal. 7.92 x 33mm. 16-1/2″ bbl. J.P. Sauer mfg. STG 44 with final assembly in 1945. Registered as 3283a, but actual SN is 3283ai. Marked also in addition to “ce” on bottom of receiver, with Fleming and Wyandott, OK address. Bbl was mfg by C.G. Haneal with mostly Merztwerk subcontracted sheet metal parts. Buttstock hardware is a renumber from 4095. Hand grip is SN 3269ai marked underneath buttstock housing. Bolt carriers non-matching. Bolt is 3269 in electro-pencil on left side. No bolt cut-out indicating this bolt is of the earlier configuration, still completely correct and acceptable for this late war production gun. Rear sight is marked “69” on side. Buttstock profile is 5-1/2″ from heel to toe. One “MP44” Nazi proofed mag is included. Front sight hood not present. Laminated wood buttstock retains discernible letter proof mark in sling recess. Registration form indicates “Germany” in manufacturer’s block 3. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance is fine to very fine. Orig dark blue lustrous finish on bbl and receiver with somewhat duller, yet orig finish on bbl heat shield and stock hardware thinning at the high points and with some dings to gray patina. Trigger housing and mag exhibit light gray phosphate finish, typical and expected from guns manufactured in this vintage. Buttstock hardware at rear of heel and toe also a phosphate finish turning to a pleasing gray patina. Wood grips and buttstock are fine with typical handling marks and some bruising. Mechanics are crisp and smooth. Exceedingly fine, bright brilliant bore. Serial evidently a Waffenmeister renumber with the last two-digits overstriking there predecessors. The STG 44 is the ancestor of all modern assault rifles which use an intermediate cartridge. The revived availability of ammunition of these guns has prompted many collectors and shooting enthusiasts to rediscover what a wonderfully comfortable and fun gun this is to shoot. It combines all the best elements for any machine gun enthusiast. Specimens dated 1945 are quite rare and desirable for the historical collector. 53234-1 JWK (26,000-35,000) C&R – Lot 1030

1031
$14,950.00

**BERETTA MODEL 38A SUB MACHINE GUN (CURIO & RELIC).

SN 3606. 9mm. 14″ bbl. This Beretta was manufactured in 1943 and includes one 40-rnd magazine. SNs match on visible metal parts. Wooden stock SN does not match. Marked on top of receiver “MOSCHETTO-AUT.-MOD 38A-CAL.9-BREVET. N.828-428/P.BERETTA-GARDONEV.T-ITALIA-1943-XXI”. This highly successful machine gun utilizes two triggers, the forward trigger fires the weapon in semi automatic mode while the rear trigger fires it in full automatic. The sight radius is relatively long and provision to be able to fire in semi automatic mode aided in this weapon’s effectiveness. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. PROVENANCE: The class III weapons formerly on loan to Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance is good. Receiver is almost devoid of any finish and appears polished. End cap and bbl shroud retain about 60% blued finish while bbl visible through shroud retains about 80% of its gray finish. Magazine well retains a higher percentage of finish with some slight pitting. Trigger guard retains about 60% of its finish thinning to bare metal at high points. Two small trigger guard retaining screws are not present. Buttplate has some surface rust over about 50% of its finish. Buttstock has numerous handling marks and some chips and gouges and one 2″ long crack on left side running rear to front about halfway through stock. Magazine retains nearly all of its smooth dark blue finish. Mechanics are fine. Bore has strong rifling with quite a bit of shine and some light pitting. Bolt face is extremely fine. This model is widely maintained as one of the more successful sub machine gun designs of WWII. 52924-4 JWK (10,000-15,000) – Lot 1031

1032
$9,200.00

**BERETTA MODEL 38A SUB MACHINE GUN DEWAT CAPTURED AT SELZ, FRANCE WINTER 1944-45 (CURIO & RELIC).

SN 2199C. 9mm. 9″ bbl. This Beretta model 38A has matching numbers on all visible parts including bbl, receiver and wooden stock. Marked on top of receiver “MOSCH-AUT-PBERETTA-CAL.9-MOD.38A”. No forward sling loop present. One orig magazine present. Bolt functions properly within receiver with proper spring tension, however chamber has been filled with weld and fluted bbl spot welded to receiver at 6 o’clock position forward of magazine housing. This weapon is currently unserviceable. Captured from Germans by 2nd Bn. 276th Inf., 70th Inf. Div. at Selz, by Task Force Herren, France winter 1944-45. Included in this lot are copies of the original documentation authorizing the weapons exit from the European Theater of Operations, a certified copy of the original amnesty registration form, evidence that this weapon was on display at the Army War College Museum, and a document which states that this weapon was used as a display prop in the film Taps (1981) in the movie home of the General portrayed by actor George C. Scott. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4 as Curio & Relic eligible. PROVENANCE: Personal Collection of B.G. (RET) Theo C. Mataxis, Veteran of WWII, Korea, Vietnam, & adviser to Afghanistan forces fighting against Soviet occupation during the 1980s. CONDITION: Overall finish and appearance is fine. Over 90% of its dark military blue finish remaining with some loss of finish to high points, and with some pitting, particularly around trigger guard and with some scratches. Bolt and bolt face in extremely fine condition. Wooden stock has numerous dings, bruises, scratches and handling marks but is still completely serviceable. Weld plugging chamber does not seem to have cut very much, if at all, into the chamber itself. Metal has been discolored from heat where bbl is spot welded to receiver. Some discoloration and loss of finish to receiver tube opposite ejection port, incidental to chamber being welded. In this cataloger’s opinion it would not take a great deal of effort to bring this gun back into firing condition. 52924-5 JWK (8,000-12,000) C&R – Lot 1032

1033
$7,475.00

**RARE FRENCH MAS MODEL 1938 MACHINE GUN (CURIO & RELIC).

SN F32472. Cal 7.65mm French long. 8 3/4″ bbl. This is an exceedingly fine condition specimen of the rare French MAS 1938 machine gun, which includes 2 orig magazines. Marked on left side of receiver with cal, maker, model and SN. Buttstock number does not match receiver number. This handy little machine gun incorporates flip-up rear peep sights for either 100 or 200 meters. Front sight rib not present, leaving only a groove. The innovative charging handle rides in recessed grooves cut into the side of the receiver. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is outstanding. Orig smooth gray Parkerized finish with absolutely clear markings on receiver. Much duller finish with gray patina at the high points on stock hardware and magazines. Stock exhibits a crack running parallel to the bore line, running from buttplate 8 7/8″ forward. This does not affect serviceability. Stock also exhibits maker’s cartouche on right side and has numerous dings and light handling marks. Wood grips also show light handling marks. Mechanics are crisp. Excellent, brilliant bright bore. Quite a fine specimen of a well-made and handy little machine gun. 53160-3 JWK (5,000-10,000) C&R – Lot 1033

1034
$6,325.00

**UNFINISHED YET REGISTERED WILSON ARMS COMPANY STEN MK II RECEIVER TUBE WITH PARTS SET (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN HF-935. Cal. 9 mm. 7-3/4″ bbl. Wilson registered tube completely inletted and in the white, without ejector. Included with this tube is one complete Sten parts set having saw cut tube piece with ejector intact and in place. Parts set includes both flat-butt and loop style stock extensions, two bolts total, trunnion, and one mag. Internal parts packaged in separate plastic pack. This tube is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish of tube is bare metal with small patches of scattered light pitting. Parts set ranges from very fine lustrous blue on loop style stock attachments to fair finish on receiver sections, one mag a gray patina, the other more of a lustrous blue. Good serviceable bbl with good shine. Mechanics are present and the parts are here for a qualified person to be able to assemble them into a fully transferable Sten machine gun. 52939-33 JWK (4,000-8,000) – Lot 1034

1035
$5,750.00

**UNFINISHED YET REGISTERED WILSON ARMS COMPANY STEN MK II RECEIVER TUBE WITH PARTS SET (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN IIF-947. Cal. 9 mm. 7-3/4″ bbl. Wilson registered tube completely inletted and in the white, without ejector. Included with this tube is one complete Sten parts set less tube piece with ejector. Parts set includes both flat-butt and loop style stock extensions, two bolts total, and one mag. Internal parts packaged in separate zip lock pack. This tube is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish of tube is bare metal with small patches of scattered light pitting. Parts set ranges from very fine lustrous blue on loop style stock attachments to fair finish on receiver sections, one mag a gray patina, the other more of a lustrous blue. Good serviceable bbl with good shine. Mechanics are present and the parts are here for a qualified person to be able to assemble them into a fully transferable Sten machine gun. 52939-38 JWK (4,000-6,000) – Lot 1035

1036
$7,475.00

**HIGHLY SOUGHT INTEGRALLY SUPPRESSED STEN MK III MACHINE GUN (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 7810. Cal. 9mm. 11-1/4″ bbl. This is a Sten Mark III marked on top of magazine housing “STEN. M.C.MK III” and marked on left side of receiver with SN and “FAKTS MOD T”. Left side of body of suppressor below front sight is “7810S/FAKTS”. Exterior receiver numbers and number on bottom of magazine well does not match. This gun was manufactured and registered on a single tax stamp by Fred Kasse. The suppressed Sten was manufactured for use by special operation forces during WWII. Original specimens are exceedingly rare, so no doubt Fred Kasse made this one so that he and others could enjoy it as both a representative specimen and also as a recreation piece. It includes one blued steel 32 round magazine and one magazine loader marked “AUSTEN / 9MM / MAGAZINE FILLER / DC” and the other magazine loader is a contemporary loader. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish very fine, smooth, grey, green finish as refinished upon remanufacture with some light pitting underneath the finish on both sides of the receiver. Mechanics are fine. Uncleaned bore has firing residue with discernible rifling. This will no doubt give some fortunate shooting enthusiast many hours of enjoyment and when fired with appropriate sub-sonic ammunition should be quite comfortable to shoot. 52939-46 JWK (5,500-10,500) – Lot 1036

1037
$1,610.00

BRITISH MACHINE GUN PARTS KIT LOT W/THREE STEN AND THREE STERLING PARTS KITS PLUS EXTRAS.

Cal. 9mm. 7-1/2″ bbl. Extensive Sten machine gun parts lot with 3 parts kits, less tube parts, with no ejector included, but each kit does included bbls, mag housings, and packets with small internal parts. No mags present. Additionally, there are the following parts beyond what is in complete sets: 1 tubular detachable shoulder stock, 4 trigger housing assembly frames with forend covers, 3 mainsprings, 3 bbls, 2 trunnions with perforated shrouds, 2 bolts, additional bag with recoil cups and numerous internal parts, including springs, selectors, etc. Three Sterling saw cut parts kits without tube pieces but do include 8″ bbls, bolts, hand grips, and folding stock assemblies. CONDITION: Overall appearance of Sten parts run from good to very good with some parts having a very gray patina and some scale corrosion to others with much more finish coverage. Bores are generally very good. Overall appearance of Sterling parts is fine with 90% or better coverage of hard black pebbled finish with some grease and gray patina starting to show. Bores are very fine. Mechanics of handgrips appear functional. A very nice grouping of parts for the British sub-machine gun enthusiast and useful for anyone who is considering making dealer samples. 52939-47 JWK (1,000-2,000) – Lot 1037

1038
$14,950.00

**ACTION-ARMS MINI UZI WITH FLEMING REGISTERED MACHINE GUN BOLT(FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN U 163. Cal. .9 MM. 7 7/8″ bbl. Fleming registered bolt in Mini Uzi host gun SN MC 01025 with fold-out shoulder stock. Bbl manufactured with compensator cuts. Fleming address, co-located with action arms address on underside of receiver and also on top of bolt. Includes 1 oil lube bottle, brush, cleaning rod, take-down key and 1 20-rd magazine. The Mini Uzi, w/ its folding stock, is a very compact yet effective firepower package w/ stock extended. It can be quite controllable and accurate in the hands of a practiced shooter. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish mint unfired w/ the only noticeable blemish at the mouth of the magazine well, where there is bare metal from the magazine being inserted. Mechanics are crisp, bore is extremely fine. Pretty much impossible to upgrade the condition of this specimen. This is a rather rare model of a very popular machine gun and the condition sets this apart above others. 53170-2 JWK (10,000-15,000) – Lot 1038

1039
$14,950.00

**OUTSTANDING AS NEW IN BOX GROUP INDUSTRIES HR 4332 (UZI) MACHINE GUN(FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 102158. Cal. 9mm.10-1/2″ bbl. Fantastic Group Industries HR4332 (Uzi) registered receiver Vector Arms gun which includes orig box, sling one 25 rnd magazine, warranty slip and operation manual. Swing out folding shoulder stock at rear of butt with both Group and Vector markings on left side of receiver. The Uzi sub machine gun is a highly effective platform and quite accurate at longer ranges in the hands of a practiced shooter. The Group Industry guns demonstrate superior fit and finish and are always popular at the range. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine original smooth gray factory finish with extremely fine hard composite furnishings. Mechanics are crisp, bore is extremely fine, brilliant and bright. Magazine and sling do not appear to ever have been utilized. Box has last 4 of SN in black marker on top cover as well as at end of box. Pretty much as nice a condition specimen as one could hope to find. A wonderful opportunity here. 53237-1 JWK (10,000-15,000) – Lot 1039

1040
$10,925.00

**VERY POPULAR UZI MODEL “A” REGISTERED BOLT MACHINE GUN WITH SCREW ON SUPPRESSOR (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

1) CEINER UZI. SN UZI-0BK43. Cal. 9mm. 10-1/2″ bbl w/o suppressor. Especially nice and desirable Uzi model “A” registered bolt machine gun with screw on suppressor. Both bolt and suppressor are registered by Ceiner. Suppressor screws on over existing bbl once bbl retention nut has been removed. Four 25 rnd and one 32 rnd mags included in this lot as well as the bbl retention nut for when suppressor is removed. 3-position selector/safety marked “A,F,S” with typical Action Arms and IMI Israel markings on right and left sides of receiver. Host gun is SA 09051. Pulled out shoulder stock deploys properly. This ensemble will require two $200.00 transfer tax if being transferred on an ATF form 4. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish very fine with some scratches and nicks to suppressor and loss of finish at high edges of the muzzle where the cap of this can screws on and off. Also the black enamel paint of the folding stock is starting to chip at the edges. Black composite grips are very fine. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is shiny and bright, baffles of silencer are quite clean and shiny. Mags are extremely fine with 25 rnd mags having a gray finish. The Uzi is actually quite accurate at longer ranges and a very effective machine gun at closer ranges. NFA 2) CEINER UZI SUPPRESSOR. SN SUZI-100. Typical Ceiner can type suppressor with screw off cap for servicing steel wool material. These suppressors actually work quite well. 12″ overall. CONDITION: Very fine with some nicks and dings, loss of finish where it contacts the high edges. NFA 53171-19, 53171-20 JWK (7,500-12,500) – Lot 1040

1041
$9,775.00

**NEW IN ORIGINAL BOX SWD COBRAY M11 MACHINE GUN (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 86-0012172. Cal. 9mm. 6″ bbl. Straight forward, new in box, M11 machine gun with one plastic magazine, mag loader, cleaning rod, nylon strap, and orig operating manual. End of box has SN matching to gun. The M11 has enjoyed an increase in popularity as high quality attachments have been developed which make it ever more effective as a submachine gun. This specimen has a slide out shoulder loop and slotted tab at muzzle which incorporates the included nylon strap, so that the muzzle may be held down while firing. This is a select fire weapon with the selector switch on the left side. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. This is one of two consecutively numbered M11 machine guns in this sale. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine. Appears to be unfired with a dark parkerized finish. Mechanics are crisp. Bore appears unfired. Always a very popular machine gun. The bbl is threaded from the factory which makes it very versatile for attachments. 52939-26 JWK (5,500-7,500) – Lot 1041

1042
$7,475.00
Revised: 3/20/2018

Please Note: This gun’s magazine housing has been modified to accept UZI magazines. Traditional M-11 magazines will not fit.

**S.W.D. INC. COBRAY M-11 MACHINE GUN WITH TOMLIN ORDINANCE MA-9 SUPPRESSOR. (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

1) SWD M11. SN 86-0009312. Cal. .9MM. Bbl 15 1/2″ w/ suppressor attached. Popular M-11 9MM w/ suppressor. One magazine included, no shoulder stock present. A fine entry-level machine gun w/ screw-on suppressor. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. There are 2 NFA items in this lot, and if transferred on an ATF Form 4, they will require two separate forms and two $200.00 transfer taxes paid. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very fine, w/ some loss of finish to a gray patina at high edges. Mechanics are crisp, bore is shiny with some firing residue. NFA 2) TOMLIN ORDNANCE DEPOT MA9SMG SUPPRESSOR. SN 0012. Cal. 9MM. 12″ overall length. Tomlin Ordinance Depo suppressor w/ smooth black finish and pebbled finished muzzle cap. CONDITION: Overall very fine w/ some loss of finish to the high edges, w/ clean baffles. NFA 53164-5, 53164-6 JWK (5,500-8,500) – Lot 1042

1043
$7,475.00

**NEW IN ORIGINAL BOX SWD COBRAY M11 MACHINE GUN (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 86-0012173. Cal. 9mm. 6″ bbl. Straight forward, new in box, M11 machine gun with one plastic magazine, mag loader, cleaning rod, nylon strap, green web Cobray marked shoulder strap, and orig operating manual. End of box has SN matching to gun. The M11 has enjoyed an increase in popularity as high quality attachments have been developed which make it ever more effective as a submachine gun. This specimen has a slide out shoulder loop and slotted tab at muzzle which incorporates the included nylon strap, so that the muzzle may be held down while firing. This is a select fire weapon with the selector switch on the left side. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. This is one of two consecutively numbered M11 machine guns in this sale. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine. Appears to be unfired with a dark parkerized finish with the occasional bit of oil residue. Mechanics are crisp. Bore appears unfired. Always a very popular machine gun. The bbl is threaded from the factory which makes it very versatile for attachments. 52939-27 JWK (5,500-7,500) – Lot 1043

1044
$8,050.00

**RARE TEXAS MANUFACTURED INGRAM M10A1 MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP MACHINE GUN (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN A604408. Cal. 9mm. 6″ bbl. Extremely fine condition MAC INGRAM M10A1 registered in both 9mm and 45 ACP with Stephenville, Texas address on right side of frame. Safety is a “Push through the trigger guard” type reminiscent of the M1 Garand rifle. Heavy duty knurled cocking knob at top of receiver with recess to be able to view front sight. Telescoping buttstock at rear of receiver. Selector on left side indicates “1” and “32”. Included is one high capacity magazine and cardboard shipping box. This is a very well made and hefty specimen, well suited for either 45 ACP or 9mm but currently in 9mm. Recessed circular cut-out on right side of frame as factory finished. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish extremely fine, smooth gray orig finish on all metal parts to include magazine. Mechanics are crisp, bore is very fine and brilliant with some firing residue. A very nice specimen from a rare manufacturer. This should be of interest to forward thinking collectors as these popular machine gun models are enjoying a rise in popularity. 53237-2 JWK (5,500-7,500) – Lot 1044

1045
$6,325.00

**JERSEY ARMS WORK MANUFACTURED COPY (AVENGER) OF THE M10 45ACP MACHINE GUN (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 820101119. Cal. 45 ACP. 6″ BBL. Outstanding condition Jersey Arms works copy of the classic M-10 .45 acp machine gun in its original box with manual, cleaning rod, and one M3 “Grease Gun” magazine. Gun is marked on right side with Jersey Arms Work address and Cobray logo. Cobray logo also just behind front sight. Left side is marked “MODEL AVENGER SERIES COMMANDO CALIBER 45 ACP” with SN. Telescoping buttstock at rear of receiver and threaded bbl. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish extremely fine with original Parkerized finish on all metal parts except for bbl and magazine which has a high lustrous blue finish. Mechanics are crisp, bore is very fine with some firing residue. Manual and box in very fine condition. These guns have enjoyed a recent surge in popularity due to the availability of some excellent after market attachments. A classic entry level fast firing machine gun which packs incredible firepower. 53237-3 JWK (5,500-7,500) – Lot 1045

1046
$6,325.00

**HIGHLY POPULAR INGRAM POWDER SPRINGS M-10 MACHINE GUN WITH GEM TECH VIPER-9 SUPPRESSOR (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

1) MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP M10. SN 2-2000888. Cal. 9mm. 13-1/2″ bbl with suppressor attached. Attractive Powder Springs Mac-10 with Viper-9 suppressor includes orig strap at muzzle and one orig mag. This select fire machine gun incorporates a telescoping shoulder stock in addition to the front grasping strap. The incorporated screw-on Viper-9 suppressor has been locked in place with a set-screw locking arrangement. Grasping the knurled silencer with a non-figuring hand steadies this gun considerably. Typical Ingram markings with Cobray logo on right side with selector on left side of receiver. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is very fine to extremely fine with orig smooth gray-blue finish with somewhat lighter finish on the upper receiver assembly. Mechanics are crisp. Bore is fine, bright with some residue in the grooves. These guns have enjoyed an increase in popularity due to the availability of excellent aftermarket attachments which increase the tactical effectiveness of these guns. 2) GEMTECH VIPER-9 SUPPRESSOR. SN S07-21534. Gem-Tech Viper-9 suppressor, overall 9-3/4″ l. Marked with marker’s mark and SN at side with knurled grip. CONDITION: Overall extremely fine, retaining nearly all of its black hard coat finish. NFA 53165-1, 53165-2 JWK (5,500-7,500) – Lot 1046

1047
$5,750.00

**MILITARY ARMAMENT CORP, POWDER SPRINGS M-10 MACHINE GUN IN 9MM (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 2-300-4863. Cal. 9mm. 5-3/4″ bbl. Very straight forward specimen of the popular Ingram 9mm machine gun with Cobray logo on right side of receiver with Powder Springs address. Incorporates telescoping swing down shoulder loop and hand strap at muzzle. These popular entry level machine guns have experienced revitalized interest with the recent released of after market attachments which have increased their effectiveness at range events. One mag included. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval prior to transfer. This weapon is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or form 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish is extremely fine, gray Parkerized finish with some slight handling marks. Mechanics are crisp. Bbl has firing residue with some darkness in the grooves. Firing from an open bolt, this fast firing MG has been called a “bullet hose”. 53171-17 JWK (4,500-7,500) – Lot 1047

1048
$4,600.00

**JERSEY ARMS WORKS AVENGER MODEL (M-10) MACHINE GUN FRAME ONLY REGISTERED IN MULTIPLE CALIPERS (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 820101201. Cal. 45/9mm. This is a Jersey Arms Works registered machine gun frame for the Avenger Model (M-10 clone) Commando Series machine gun. Marked as Cal. 45 ACP on frame it is actually registered with additional configuration cal 9mm on the current registration form. Jersey Arms Works markings on right side of receiver with SN and model markings on left side of receiver. Included is one 20 round magazine in the magazine well. Please note that this is a registered frame only and there are no parts with the exception of the noted magazine. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish very fine, smooth lustrous blue finish with some blemishes and scratch marks, but it is the legally registered part of a machine gun. 52939-39 JWK (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1048

1049
$4,600.00

**HATTON INDUSTRIES REGISTERED MODEL S-701 (M-10 CLONE) MACHINE GUN LOWER RECEIVER ONLY (FULLY TRANSFERABLE).

SN 820101465. Cal. 45/9mm. This is a Jersey Arms Works marked but Hatton Industries registered machine gun frame for the Avenger Model (M-10 clone) Commando Series machine gun. Marked as Cal. 45 ACP on frame. Jersey Arms Works markings on right side of receiver with SN and model markings on left side of receiver. Included is one 20 round magazine in the magazine well. Please note that this is a registered frame only and there are no parts with the exception of the noted magazine. This is a National Firearms Act item and requires BATF approval for transfer. This item is fully transferable on an ATF form 3 or 4. CONDITION: Overall appearance and finish very fine, smooth lustrous blue finish with only the slightest of handling marks visible and some loss of finish on the inside of the frame where the safety would go. 52939-40 JWK (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1049