Rimfire Handguns 


Update  January 13, 2018


Well, I'm finally sorta mobile again (able to get to the the computer, at least) after an infection that had me totally out of it since Christmas. Ambulance to Emergency, the works - for a long time I felt like I was circling the drain :)  On  the mend now, but still very weak, and although I have a lot to do, I do have to realize I have limitations, and getting stronger is my first priority. Obviously, the usual saturday and wednesday open times are suspended until further notice.


It has been tough on Jean, especially, and although very frustrating for me, it has been doubly so for her.  Better times are ahead!


  This Smith & Wesson Model 41 shows ery little wear but was stored for a while in a holster from the looks of it.  A teeny bit of surface corrosion in a couple areas could be touched up.  Internals wonderful, gorgeous trigger, the famous Model 41 accuracy, people who are lucky enough to own these rightfully rave about them.  Going for $1700 new now, this one's $990 out the door, and it's the long-barreled easy to shoot model.  Two factory magazines...

  This a special Ruger Target 22 pistol.  The popular Mark III 22/45 with hand-filling grip panels, scope mount, 2 mags, and very very few rounds fired.  $459 - trades?  Also shown with wider grip panels removed   HMMM  feels pretty good, too  :)

   Beautifully restored Ruger "flatgate" 22LR Single Six... These are extremely rare now - the first Ruger revolvers made.  This one is a 1955 issue, and has been restored, sporting custom grips.  Barrel and chambers perfect, and the action is original (that clickety-clack feels and sounds so good!)  $590 - trades considered. Waiting to be released from custody  :)  And on hold...   

This Herbert Schmidt HS21 is in lovely shape, and apparently is quite accurate.  Nice, crisp action that locks up tight.  In 22LR, although there should be a 22WMR cylinder somewhere - not found yet... $229 - Waiting to be released from custody  :)  And on hold...   

  Ruger Mark III Standard 22, as-new in box - 2 mags - $399 - trades? Waiting to be released from custody  :)   

  A neat Star 22 with adj. sights and outside hammer - so nice to be able to decock these...And these are really well built and very accurate.  One ,magazine - $229 - trades? 

Waiting to be released from custody  :)   And on hold  :)

   This is a truly lovely 22 target pistol. A Browning Buckmark in the deluxe UDX version.  Original case, 2 factory mags, very few rounds and is exceptionally clean.  With a Weaver rail and very nice Bushnell Trophy red dot sight - $490.  Now without red dot or mount - $430 - trades considered.  sold Darcy  ...

    Here is a neat older Ruger Mark 2 HB Target 22.  These are highly sought after as they are acknowledged to be the best Ruger 22 Target pistol out - still an all-steel firearm and reliable as all get-out!  One magazine, used but not abused - you could never wear one of these out!  $375 - Sold Randy

A while ago (in April 2016) our alarm system was activated while we were away - called urgently for medical reasons. 


A door just adjusted by the door people was not latched properly  and blown open by heavy winds. Everything showed it to be securely locked.  While we were in X-Ray, we had shut off our cell phones as instructed. The alarm company couldn't reach us and called the cops. They couldn't  resist, and in the process, a number of guns were seized, and some still remain in their custody.  These consist of long guns, and some restricted and prohibited as well. There are still a few privately owned guns included, and I urge the owners to claim them from the RCMP.


We are dealing with the legal aspects through our solicitors and will be going to court in January-February 2018  (now re-scheduled for 5 days from April 16, 2018) Both Jean and I were charged with the usual - unsafe storage - which we trust will be succesfully dealt with in court